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May 6, 2023: https://www.dropbox.com/s/i5r2f66uvgfykmu/CA-housing-bills-20230506.pdf?dl=0
Utilities & Emergency Preparedness
Ban on residential gas or electricity disconnects for nonpayment if temperature will be below 32 or above 95 degrees. Stuck in committee.
Faster & easier to build homes near jobs, schools, transit, and other amenities. Also bans upzoning of land in wildfire zones, flood zones, and conservation habitat. Stuck in committee.
Requires electric utilities to connect new buildings faster. Amended to remove 8-week hard deadline. Did not make it out of Appropriations.
Require special districts (such as water, sewer, and power utilities) to start processing applications for service within 30 days for developments of up to 25 homes, 60 days for over 25 homes. Passed Assembly 75–0. Passed Senate 39–1. Signed into law.
Statewide planning for faster connection times for utilities and expansion of electric grid capacity. Passed Senate 32–8. Passed Assembly 70–1. Signed into law.
Allows Medi-Cal to cover cost of climate change remediation devices such as air conditioners, heating, air filters, generators and other backup power. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Requires utilities to provide assistance & financial incentives for water efficiency upgrades for all residents. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Funding for earthquake retrofits of soft-story apartment buildings. Passed Assembly 80–0. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Streamlined housing approvals for City of Chico. Expands a law that already applies to smaller cities in the area that also received refugees from wildfires, such as Oroville, Willows, Yuba City. Stuck in committee.
Enforcement of Housing Laws
Expands the California Attorney General’s ability to enforce housing laws, such as Density Bonus, Housing Accountability Act, General Plan Housing Elements. Passed Assembly 56–16. Passed Senate 30–7, Signed into law.
Prevents cities from delaying projects by not issuing a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) exemption for an eligible project. Passed Assembly 70–1. Passed Senate 21–3, Signed into law.
General Plan Housing Elements
Requires that cities electronically post list of sites and have way of taking comment for sites they plan to include as potential housing sites towards meeting their Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) goals. (Amended to require public notice rather than contacting owner.) Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Incentive for cities to create policies that conversion or replacement of commercial buildings to housing. Passed Assembly 79–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Sent to Gov.
SB576 (Janet Nguyen)
Ban buildings over 3 stories within 5 miles of any military installation. Stuck in committee.
Limits filing of CEQA lawsuits against housing — only the Attorney General would be able to do it. Stuck in committee.
This bill is now a student housing bill, see the Student Housing section. Previous version would gave extended CEQA exemption from 10 years to 12 years for housing in a Housing Sustainability District designated by local government. Held in Senate Approps.
Extends to 2029 that aesthetic impacts are not considered significant for the purpose of a CEQA environmental impact report. Policy would otherwise expire in 2024. (Earlier version would have made it permanent). Passed Assembly 75–0. Now in Senate Appropriations. Passed Assembly 37–0. Signed into law on July 27, 2023.
Requires those filing CEQA lawsuits to disclose anyone that contributes $10000 or more to the lawsuit. Also bans CEQA action against a project that was already approved under a larger plan. Passed Senate 32–0. Held in Assembly committee.
Extends and expands SB35 streamlined approvals for projects in cities and counties that haven’t built enough housing. Amended on 5/23 to extend to 2036 instead of permanently, require skilled & trained workers for bldgs over 85 feet tall, require public meeting for projects in low/moderate resource or highly segregated areas. Passed Senate 29–5. Passed Assembly 61–8, Signed into law.
Cleanup bill for SB9 (Duplexes and lot splits) — requires approval within 60 days, overrides some local restrictions on SB9 projects. Passed Senate 30–7. Held in Assembly Appropriations.
Faster approvals for projects to build up to 10 houses on urban lots under 5 acres. Amended in Sept. to only apply to multifamily lots. Passed Senate 34–0. Passed Assembly 79–1, Signed into law.
Speeds up and makes easier the process to get a building permit for a project that has gotten planning approval: makes it easier for developers to appeal a building permit rejection, sets timelines for providing info on what is incomplete, requires cities to show examples of what info developer needs to provide. Passed Senate 37–0. Gut and amended in Assembly, no longer about housing.
Requires disclosure of anyone who spends $100 or more on a CEQA appeal, also requires CEQA suits on projects of $25 million or more to be resolved in 365 days to extent feasible. Died in committee on 3–3 vote.
Requires posting a $500,000 bond to CEQA appeal a housing project. Stuck in committee.
Bans cities from rejecting a building permit for housing that complies with the building code. Only San Francisco does this. Passed Assembly 75–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
CEQA exemption and impact fee exemption for office to residential conversions. Stuck in committee.
Requires that affordable ownership inclusionary units are first offered to future low income homeowners, only if there are no takers can a nonprofit buy it to operate as a rental unit for a low income renter. Passed Assembly 78–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
5% per year limit on HOA/condo fee increases for affordable ownership housing. Amended to only apply to communities created on or after 1/1/2025. Amended to allow up to 10% if inflation exceeds 5%. Passed Assembly 55–18. Passed Senate 29–8, Signed into law.
Requires borrower education program for first time homebuyers to include estate planning info on living trusts and transfer on death deeds. Passed Assembly on consent. moved to Senate Inactive File.
Tenant and Community Opportunity to Purchase Act — gives tenants and nonprofits time to make an offer to purchase when landlord plans to sell a building. Stuck in committee.
Adds regulations to protect homeowners from shady foreclosure consultants. Passed Assembly on consent calendar. Passed Senate 40–0, but the minor Senate amendments were not concurred by the Assembly.
Sets goal to increase first-time homeownership. Passed Assembly 79–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
Re-Entry Housing for People Released from Prison
Creates CA Dept. of Re-Entry, with individualized re-entry plans for people completing prison sentences and re-entering regular life. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Ban the Box — Applications cannot ask about criminal record. Landlords can still run a background check, but must also give applicant opportunity to explain their situation before rejecting them. Stuck in committee.
Requires the CA Dept. of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to create a Re-Entry Housing and Workforce Development Program. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Accessory Dwelling Units
Allows community land trusts to build ADUs and Junior ADUs and then rent or sell the house,ADU, and JADU to separate households. Passed Assembly 77–1. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
Extends the state law that cities cannot require that a house be owner-occupied for an ADU to be added. Law would otherwise expire in 2025. Passed Assembly 62–0. Passed Senate 22–9, Signed into law.
Amended 5/26: Allows cities to allow ADUs to be sold separately to anyone. Original version would have required cities to allow. Passed Assembly 50–16. Passed Senate 21–14, Signed into law.
AB1332 (Juan Carrillo)
Requires cities & counties to have a program for pre-approved ADU plans. When someone proposes to build an ADU using these plans, city would need to approve within 30 days. Passed Assembly 71–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
Allows new ADUs to share electric & gas meter with existing house. Stuck in committee.
Requires that cities allow at least a certain amount of building floor area for land zoned for 11+ apartments. Stuck in committee.
Allows density bonus maximum density to be based on general plan density if it is greater than zoned density. Passed Assembly 62–13. Did not receive floor vote in Senate (note that AB821 does something similar to AB440).
Requires that Density Bonus projects meet local inclusionary housing requirements, such as rules stating that the low-income units be the same size as the rest of the units. Stuck in committee.
Density Bonus Law overrides any local laws that it is in conflict with, including ballot measures. Passed Senate 33–0. Passed Assembly 75–1, Signed into law.
Allows projects to use general plan density if the zoning is not consistent with general plan. Passed Assembly 79–1. Passed Senate 38–0, Signed into law.
Considers increasing the height limit for single-stair apartment buildings from 3 floors to a height determined by Building Standards Commission. Passed Assembly 80–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
Stackable moderate income density bonus. After project maxes out the regular density bonus with 15% Very Low Income / 24% Low Income / 44% Moderate Income for a 50% bonus, can get up to another 50% bonus by adding 15% Moderate Income. or additional 38.75% bonus by adding 10% Very Low Income. Based on San Diego program. Passed Assembly 72–1. Passed Senate 31–4, Signed into law.
Funding for shared Electric Vehicles for affordable housing residents. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Guarantees tenants the right to store a bike, scooter, or other micromobility in their home, regardless of landlord rules. Passed Senate 29–3. Passed Assembly 73–0, Signed into law.
Allow shared parking (such as residential/commercial) to count towards parking requirements. Passed Assembly 62–10. Passed Senate 31–7, Signed into law.
Exempts additions or remodels to a house from increased parking requirements. Passed Assembly 71–3. Passed Senate 29–5, Signed into law.
AB1317 (Wendy Carrillo)
Requires that parking be unbundled from apartment leases so tenants who don’t want a parking space aren’t required to pay for one, unless it’s an individual garage that’s part of their unit. Amended to only apply to new 16+ unit buildings in 10 counties. Passed Assembly 54–18. Passed Senate 27–12, Signed into law.
Student & School Employee Housing
CEQA exemption for university housing that meets LEED Gold with 79 or more points. Existing law requires LEED Platinum. This bill was amended to be about student housing. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Exempts community college student housing from the Field Act. This speeds up the process by having a local agency review plans instead of Division of the State Architect. Passed Assembly 75–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law by Gov on 7/21/2023.
School employee housing funding. Stuck in commitee.
Clarifies that unamplified resident voices are not a CEQA impact. Amended to cover all noise generated by occupants, made urgency bill on 5/18. Passed Assembly 77–0, Passed Senate 38–0, Signed into law by Gov on 9/7/2023.
Makes student, faculty, and staff housing permitted use on all property within 1000 feet of a university campus. At least 20% of units must be rented to students/staff at that university. No density limit, raises height limit to 40 feet, no parking requirements. Stuck in committee.
States that population growth and noise from new housing are not a CEQA impact. Stuck in Committee.
Note that ballot measures have to passed by California voters after the State Legislature approves them.
Lowers pass threshold from 2/3 to 55% for housing and infrastructure special taxes and local bond measures. Passed Assembly 55–12 and Senate 29–10, will be on March 2024 ballot
Creates a right to housing in state constitution. In Appropriations Committee. Held in committee.
$25 billion affordable housing bond. Passed Senate 28–9. Held in Assembly committee.
$10 billion affordable housing bond. Passed Assembly 61–13. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Adds homeless as an income category for the Regional Housing Needs Allocation, requiring cities to identify places for homeless people to live. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Bans being homeless within 1,000 feet of a school, daycare center, park, or library. Died in committee on a 1–1–3 vote.
Extends law that streamlines approvals for conversions of motels to housing. It would otherwise expire in 2025. Passed Senate 37–0. Passed Assembly 77–0, Signed into law.
$5000 tax credit for people renting to a nonprofit using it to house domestic violence survivors. (Was amended to increase from $500 to $5000). Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Allows more low-income households to qualify for CalWORKS Homeless Assistance housing subsidies. Passed Senate 40–0. Passed Assembly 79–0, Sent to Gov. Vetoed.
Ban discrimination based on housing status. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Bans towing or booting of vehicles due to unpaid parking tickets. Instead, owners with 6+ tickets would be unable to renew registration. Passed Assembly 47–14. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Medi-Cal to seek federal approval to cover paying for housing for people who are homeless. Passed Assembly 63–12. Passed Senate 30–7, Sent to Gov. Vetoed.
AB1215 (Wendy Carrillo)
Grants to provide pet housing & services at homeless and domestic violence shelters. Passed Assembly 80–0. Passed Senate 38–0, Sent to Gov. Vetoed.
Prioritizes homeless people when assigning spots in state funded affordable housing. Passed Assembly 76–0. Passed Senate 40–0, Signed into law.
Pilot program for rent subsidies for homeless, former foster youth, older adults, unemployed, people with disabilities, those re-entering society after release from prison, etc. Stuck in committee.
Raises max age for foster care benefits from 21 to 22. Amended 5/18 to be a pilot program in 3 counties. Passed Senate 40–0. Held in Assembly Appropriations.
Expands Independent Living Program eligibility to all foster youth up to age 23. (Currently 21, with some eligible up to 23). Amended on 5/18 to be limited to counties that opt in. Passed Assembly 76–0. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Housing for homeless youth or at risk of homelessness. Passed Senate 40–0. Held in Assembly Appropriations.
Housing supplement payments for foster care homes and families. In Appropriations Committee. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Creates a Homeless LGBTQ+ youth housing program in San Diego. Amended to add Los Angeles and Sacramento counties. Amended 5/18 to remove LA County. Passed Assembly 71–0. Passed Senate 38–2, Vetoed.
Allows people over 21 to stay on foster care system until they secure housing or receive a referral to transitional housing. Passed Assembly 80–0. Passed Senate 39–1, Vetoed
Funding housing for 18–25 year olds aging out of foster care. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Tenant Applications / Fair Housing
Limits security deposits to 1 month of rent. Passed Assembly 53–14. Amended to have exception for small landlords (up to 2 duplexes), unless tenant is a service member. Prev limit was 2 months, and an effective date of 7/1/24. Passed Senate 21–9, Signed into law.
Requires landlords to accept alternative evidence of ability to pay, instead of using a credit score to approve or deny Section 8 tenants. Passed Senate 31–3. Passed Assembly 62–12, Signed into law.
Centralized statewide platform for applying for affordable housing. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Bans discrimination based on caste. Passed Senate 34–1. Passed Assembly 55–3, Vetoed.
Requires landlord to provide applicant copy of credit report within 24 hours. Stuck in committee.
Requires rental ads to show entire monthly cost with all fees, as well as any move-in fees / deposits. Passed Senate 32–3. Held in Assembly committee
Incentives, security deposit assistance, etc, to encourage landlords to rent to section 8 voucher users. Passed Assembly 76–0. Held in Senate Appropriations
Authorizes local govt to set aside up to 10% of very low, low, and moderate income housing as artist housing in or within a mile of a designated cultural district. Previous version applied to artist housing in RHNA housing element. Passed assembly 64–2. Passed Senate 33–5, Signed into law.
AB831 (Stephanie Nguyen)
Intent bill for increased enforcement to stop Section 8 discrimination, as well as banning discrimination against tenants who only have one eviction. Stuck in committee.
Allows eavesdropping, recording, and intercepting communications for purposes of enforcing fair housing law. Stuck in committee.
Large increase to state tax refunds for renters. Renters tax credit increased to $2000 for households, $1000 for individuals. Previous version would have also tripled the cutoff income to $150,000 for households and $75,000 for individuals. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Requires landlords to report evictions to a statewide database. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Allows cities to extend rent control to newer apartment buildings, with a rolling cutoff date. Earlier version would also have allowed cities to rent control condos and houses. Failed on Senate floor, 15–16
Tenants eligible for relocation assistance if building is found to be substandard, even if it is not a legal residential unit. Passed Assembly 78–0. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Allow city inspectors to check more parts of the building if problems found in one unit could affect additional ones. Passed Assembly 57–17. Passed Senate 30–9, Signed into law.
Increased enforcement of AB1482 rent cap and tenant protections. Previous version would also have expanded AB1482 housing protection by lowering the rent cap to inflation or 5%, whichever is higher, but that part was amended out. Passed Senate 21–12, Passed Assembly 55–16, Signed into law.
Small increase to state tax refunds for renters. Renters tax credit to increase with inflation for five years, from its current level of $120 for a household with income up to $87,066, $60 for individuals with income up to $43,533. Passed Senate 40–0. Gut and amended, no longer about housing.
Limits rent increases in affordable housing funded by the LIHTC program. At Assembly Floor. Did not make it to a floor vote.
More notice required for evictions due to nonpayment of rent — extends 3-day notices to 7-day notices to pay rent or move out. Stuck in committee.
Rent cap for floating home marinas in Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin counties: 3% + inflation + 3% or 5%, whichever is lower. Stuck in committee.
Bans demolition of housing unless low income households get relocation benefits, and offer all tenants housing in new building. Also requires replacement units for housing demolitions for nonresidential projects. Passed Assembly 77–0. Passed Senate 38–2, Signed into law.
Bans cities from having laws that require landlords to evict tenants with alleged criminal behavior, a convicted family member, etc. Passed Assembly 72–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
Allows rent controlled tenant with permanent disabilities to move to a similar apartment on an accessible floor while keeping their rent controlled rent. Passed Assembly 56–18. Passed Senate 29–8, Signed into law.
Removing Tenant Protections
Allows landlords to give notice of rent increases by email. Stuck in committee.
Increases road-legal width for mobilehomes from 102" to 110". Stuck in committee.
Exempts temporary dwellings under 250 square feet from fire sprinkler requirements, as long as alternative protections are provided. Passed Assembly 78–0. Passed Senate 40–0, Signed into law.
Extends a law protecting mobilehome residents from 2024 to 2027. Passed Assembly 56–17. Passed Senate 29–7, Signed into law.
Oversight and disclosure of conflict of interests for mobile home park inspectors. Passed Assembly 75–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
Makes it easier to open a Low Impact Camping Area for up to 9 RVs or shelters. Passed Senate 40–0. Held in Assembly Appropriations.
Streamlined approval for Opportunity Housing — portable homes for very low income or homeless people. Amended to exclude single family zones. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Cap on rent increases for mobilehomes: inflation + 3% or 5%, whichever is lower. Stuck in committee.
Allows a mobilehome park to expand number of spaces by 10% without any new fees. Passed Assembly 76–0. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Streamlined approvals for housing for all affordable housing (previous version was for housing for formerly incarcerated individuals) on public land. Passed Senate 40–0. Passed Assembly 78–0, Signed into law.
Prioritizes affordable housing development when public lands are sold or leased. Passed Assembly 53–16. Passed Senate 31–8, Signed into law.
Require each city or county to create a land trust for affordable housing, exempts all projects on such land from CEQA. Amended to no longer be aboue housing.
Makes it easier for a city to sell or lease surplus land in a downtown revitalization plan area. Stuck in committee.
Affordable Housing — Streamlining Approvals
Faster approvals for low income housing on land owned by colleges or religious organizations. Passed Senate 33–2. Passed Assembly 73–1, Signed into law.
CEQA exemption for local agencies to spend money on low & moderate income housing. Passed Senate 36–0. Passed Assembly 70–0. Signed into law by Gov on 9/1/2023
Allows easier dismissal of lawsuits against affordable housing. Passed Senate 39–0. Passed Assembly 78–2, Signed into law.
Exempts from Article 34 (requirement that voters in a city pass a ballot measure to allow affordable housing) any projects receiving CTCAC tax credit funding, which is most affordable housing. This removes a local barrier to affordable housing in many cities. Passed Senate 39–0. Passed Assembly 75–0. Signed into law by Gov on 9/8/2023
Extends from 2025 to 2035 a CEQA exemption for affordable housing in LA. Passed Assembly on consent. Passed Senate 38–2, Signed into law.
Affordable housing CEQA exemption. Passed Assembly 54–13. Passed Senate 32–6, Signed into law.
Adaptive reuse of nonresidential buildings for low income housing, streamlined approvals and fee exemptions. Passed Assembly 72–1. Passed Senate 29–7, Signed into law.
Affordable Housing: Property Tax Exemptions
Exempts from property tax land purchased by affordable housing nonprofit but not yet built on, also extends exemption for units occupied by a tenant who were low income when moving in, but now have moderate income. Amended to sunset the moderate income exemption in 2029. Passed Assembly 73–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
Expands tax exemptions for community land trusts. Passed Assembly 76–0. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Expands property tax exemption for large affordable housing, eliminates the $20,000,000 assessed value cap. Passed Senate 37–0. Held in Assembly committee.
Tax break for businesses that provide housing for low income, moderate income or homeless employees. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Allows a nonprofit that owns a mixed income building to get a partial property tax exemption proportional to the number of units rented as affordable housing. Stuck in committee.
Affordable Housing — Funding
Allow multiple cities to create a regional housing trust to build affordable housing. Passed Senate 36–0. Passed Assembly 75–0. Signed into law by Gov on 9/1/2023.
Add scoring for population density for Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund allocations, to prioritize housing in dense urban areas. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Allows affordable housing developers to access state funding even if the local city is NIMBY and is out of compliance with state law. Passed Senate 40–0. Passed Assembly 77–0, Signed into law.
More flexibility for funding allocation in Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. Passed Assembly 77–0. Passed Senate 36–0, Signed into law.
Operating reserves for supportive housing. Passed Senate 40–0. Passed Assembly 80–0, Signed into law.
Allow prepayment of loans for housing under the Multifamily Housing Program. Passed Assembly 76–0. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Consolidated funding application for multiple affordable housing funds. Passed Assembly 80–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
Limits loan payment costs for permanent supportive housing in the No Place Like Home program. Passed Assembly 80–0. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Allows establishing of affordable housing financing districts using tax increment financing, where increased tax revenue from the area are used to build housing. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Allows cities, counties, special districts, and transit agencies to form RISE districts (Reinvestment in Infrastructure for a Sustainable and Equitable California) that use tax revenue from that area to fund housing and infrastructure. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Expands state loan program to cover construction loans, in addition to regular loans. Passed Assembly 80–0. Held in Senate Appropriations.
Authorizes Bay Area Housing Finance Agency (BAHFA) to issue revenue bonds, exempts it from CEQA, allow it to use money for homelessness prevention programs. Passed Assembly 58–17. Passed Senate 31–8, Signed into law.
Preserving Affordable Housing
Community Anti-Displacement and Protections Fund for preserving affordability in buildings where it is about to expire. Passed Senate 33–4. Held in Assembly Appropriations.
Funds replacement of housing units demolished prior to 1976 by San Francisco’s redevelopment agency, as well as preserving the affordability of housing built by Redevelopment. Passed Senate 35–2. Passed Assembly 61–13, Signed into law.
Creates framework and 3 pilot projects for social housing agency. Passed Assembly 55–16. Passed Senate 27–10, Vetoed
Sets a 10-year goal to build 1.2 million low and moderate income homes. Passed Senate 31–8. Passed Assembly 54–16, Signed into law.
15% tax onshort term rentals (Airbnb) to fund low and moderate income housing. Passed Senate 27–11. Held in Assembly commitee.
Allocates LIHTC tax credits to senior housing so that the percent of funds for senior housing is at least equal to the percent of low income renters that are over 50. Passed Senate 40–0. Passed Assembly 80–0, Vetoed.
Creates Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities Stability Fund to provide housing subsidies to low income tenants. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Expands financing program for assisted living to also cover those with age cutoff of 60 and up (current limit is 62 and up). Passed Assembly on consent calendar. Passed Senate 39–0, Signed into law.
$6.38 billion bond for housing for veterans and others who are homeless. Also will require a ballot measure. Passed Assembly 80–0. Passed Senate 35–2, Signed, will be on March 2024 ballot.
Expands size of property tax exemption for veterans. Did not make it out of Appropriations Committee.
Expanded property tax exemption for disabled veterans and unmarried surviving spouses. Stuck in committee.
More flexibility for placement of veterans in affordable housing, allow 60% area median income (AMI) residents to be placed in 30% AMI units if no 30% AMI tenants available. Passed Assembly 80–0. Passed senate 34–6, Signed into law.
Authorizes district agricultural associations to build and run affordable housing. Stuck in committee.
Increase priority for farmworker housing for CTCAC tax credit funding. Passed Assembly 65–1. Passed Senate 35–0, Signed into law.
Funding for Native American Tribes to build housing. Passed Senate 40–0. Passed Assembly 80–0, Vetoed.
Tribes given more flexibility on use of housing funding. Passed Assembly 80–0. Passed Senate 39–0, Vetoed