Find out if your representative takes tobacco money and how they vote on tobacco related bills.
California State Senate
Since 2016 eleven (11) state senators have accepted a total of $387,800 in tobacco industry contributions. Seven Republicans accepted $323,500 and four Democrats accepted a total of $64,300. None of the four democrats accepting tobacco money voted against any tobacco related bills. One Democrat not accepting tobacco money did vote against banning the sale o flavored tobacco in California as did one Republican.
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California State Assembly
Since 2016, California state assembly members have accepted a total of $903,150 in tobacco industry contributions. Seventeen of the eighteen Republicans in the Assembly accepted a total of $648,000 and ten of the thirty one Democrats accepted $255,150. None of the ten Democrats voted against any tobacco measures, although three did not have votes recorded. No Republican voted in favor of banning the sale of favored tobacco products in California.
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