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The League’s 2015 Legislative Action Day is Wednesday, April 29

Register Today for the Condensed One-Day Program

April 1, 2015
If your city has not registered for the League’s Annual Legislative Action Day, be sure to sign up today because this important event is fast approaching.
 
Scheduled for Wednesday, April 29, the one-day event is free for League members and League Partners.
The day will start at 10 a.m. with a general briefing on current budget issues and a legislative and policy update on a wide range of topics including:
  • Efforts to improve and expand economic development tools;
  • Transportation and other infrastructure funding;
  • Water bond implementation;
  • Medical marijuana regulation and other public safety issues;
  • Land use issues such as CEQA reform, affordable housing, vacation rental, ADA lawsuit abuse and massage);
  • Pension reform implementation;
  • Other legislation of critical importance; and
  • Updates from legislators.   
Following the briefing, which ends at 11:30 a.m., city officials will have time to meet with the legislators in the Capitol. The League’s Latino Caucus is co-sponsoring a legislative panel on local economic development and infrastructure funding options from 3:30– 4:30 p.m.
 
For city officials who are able to extend their day, the League will be hosting a legislative reception from 5:30–6:30 p.m. The full brochure has additional information.
 
Registration
 
March 27 is the deadline to register for Legislative Action Day. Register online at www.cacities.org/events.
 
Please direct questions to Megan Dunn, the League’s registrar.


 
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