California Air Quality Legislation

This page last reviewed November 20, 2014


The California Air Resources Board's (CARB) mission is to promote and protect public health, welfare, and ecological resources through effective reduction of air pollutants while recognizing and considering effects on the economy. As the Administration's key air quality legislative staff, ARB's Legislative Office serves as the conduit for transmission of technical expertise, while at the same time providing a policy context with which to view technical issues.

The below Air Quality Legislation Annual Summaries include Bills by Subject, Bills by Author, Assembly Bills, Senate Bills, Chaptered Bills, Vetoed Bills and a Roster of Legislators.



2014 Annual Summary
2013 Annual Summary
2012 Annual Summary
2011 Annual Summary
2010 Annual Summary
2009 Annual Summary
2008 Annual Summary
2007 Annual Summary
2006 Annual Summary
2005 Annual Summary
2004 Annual Summary
2003 Annual Summary
2002 Annual Summary
2001 Annual Summary
2000 Annual Summary
1999 Annual Summary
1998 Annual Summary

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If you have any questions concerning ARB-related legislation, please contact the ARB's Legislative Office at (916) 322-2896. 

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