The Gas Restriction Act of 2015 (SB350) will restrict the use of gas and diesel by 50 percent. This law will limit how often we can drive our own cars. The state will also be collecting and monitoring our personal driving habits and tracking how much gas we use. They’re now reviewing regulations to force automakers to include data monitoring systems in all cars so that regulators will be able to penalize and fine us if we drive too much or use too much gas.

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Do not support provisions that handcuff this legislature. We did not ask people to vote for us so we could give up our right to vote for them.

Assemblymember Adam Gray, 09/09/15

All of these mandates and environmental proposals come with a price, whether it’s a financial cost — or a loss of jobs.

Kevin Smith, SGV Tribune, 08/31/15

Politicians should be willing to tell us what the real-world impacts are likely to be.

Dan Walters, Sacramento Bee, 08/24/15

Legislators will do what’s in their best interests. Let’s hope it’s in our interests too.

Dan Morain, Sacramento Bee, 08/22/15

They see a moral imperative to set an example, but could it be merely hubris and symbolism taken to an nth – and very costly – degree?

Dan Walters, Sacramento Bee, 07/26/15

Poor and middle-class workers drive older cars and can’t afford to buy pricey new electric ones. But it’s hard to believe that subsidies will do more than minimize the pain.

Steven Greenhut, San Diego Union Tribune, 07/17/15

Before they approve this far-reaching legislation, lawmakers need to get answers to basic questions, and let the rest of us in on the details.

Sacramento Bee Editorial Board, 04/10/15

The senator’s proposal simply isn’t realistic. Here’s why: Ninety-two percent of all California’s transportation fuels today are based on petroleum – gasoline and diesel.

Jay McKeeman, CIOMA, 03/15/15