Raised S.B. No. 119
Session Year 2022


To authorize the Treasurer to invest funds on behalf of municipalities that establish Coastal Resiliency Reserve Funds and to require the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to maximize the state's receipt of federal funds for climate resiliency projects undertaken by the state and municipalities.

Introduced by:
Environment Committee

 New today  2-4 days old  5 days & older

Co-sponsors for Amendment LCO:

Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 4/21/2022House Calendar Number 421
 4/21/2022Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
 4/19/2022Senate Passed as Amended by Senate Amendment Schedule A
 4/19/2022Senate Rejected Senate Amendment Schedule B 4161
 4/19/2022Senate Adopted Senate Amendment Schedule A 4510
 3/22/2022(LCO)File Number 67
 3/22/2022Senate Calendar Number 81
 3/22/2022Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
 3/22/2022(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/15/2022(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 03/21/22 5:00 PM
 3/7/2022(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/4/2022(ENV)Joint Favorable
 2/18/2022Public Hearing 02/25
 2/17/2022Referred to Joint Committee on Environment

Co-sponsors of SB-119

Rep. David Michel, 146th Dist.
Rep. Michael A. Winkler, 56th Dist.
Rep. Geraldo C. Reyes, 75th Dist.
Rep. Travis Simms, 140th Dist.
Rep. Jane M. Garibay, 60th Dist.
Rep. Jason Doucette, 13th Dist.
Rep. John K. Hampton, 16th Dist.
Sen. Ryan Fazio, 36th Dist.
Sen. Heather S. Somers, 18th Dist.
Rep. Josh Elliott, 88th Dist.
Rep. Lucy Dathan, 142nd Dist.
Rep. Anne M. Hughes, 135th Dist.

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