A "yes" vote transitions 100% of Minnesota’s energy to carbon-free sources by 2040.
A "yes" vote passes HF 3420 with funding for sustainable agriculture and seedling replacement.
A "yes" vote passes HF 3765 off the Senate floor with over $70 million in environmental funding.
A "yes" vote passes HF 3765 off of the House floor with over $70 million in environmental funding.
A "yes" vote passes HF 3420 off of the House floor
A "yes" vote appropriates $159 million for environmental protection and cultural enhancement and provides an opportunity for future funding for the Clean Water Council.
A "yes" vote removes language allowing electric vehicle charging stations to be installed at rest areas and prohibits the use of federal funding for EV infrastructure on public land.
A "no" vote rejects the creation of an EV infrastructure deployment plan and keeps barriers for EVs through fee increases.
A "no" vote keeps anti-Clean Cars language in the bill, preventing the MPCA from regulating emissions from motorized vehicles and equipment.
A "yes" vote creates more barriers for electric vehicle adoption.
A "yes" vote advances over $120 million in energy-related supplemental funding to accelerate emissions reductions across Minnesota.
A "no" vote keeps funding for clean energy and efficiency in the House Jobs, Energy, and Commerce Omnibus bill (SF 4091).
A "yes" vote upholds the ruling of the Speaker, declaring the amendment “not germane” and allows the MPCA to continue implementing emission standards for motorized vehicles and equipment.
A "yes" vote creates funding and policy for key environmental issues.