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Plan to Attend the League’s Legislative Action Day, April 27 and Preview Webinar on Priority Bills, April 21

April 6, 2016
The League of California Cities’® 2016 Legislative Action Day is coming up on April 27.
 
To prepare and brief local officials on priority bills of interest, the League is also holding a Legislative Action Day Preview webinar on April 20.
 
Legislative Action Day — Register by Friday, April 8
 
This one-day event gives city officials the opportunity to engage with state lawmakers, learn about priority issues and network with colleagues. Scheduled for Wednesday, April 27, the event is free for League members and League Partners.

Registration includes: 
  • Admission to educational sessions starting at Embassy Suites Sacramento;
  • Admission to the Legislative Reception;
  • Shuttle service from the morning briefing at Embassy Suites Sacramento to both the Capitol and the evening reception at Tequila Museo Mayahuel; and
  • Electronic access to all program materials.  
The rate for non-member cities is $250 per attendee. Visit the League’s website for more information and to register.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Brian Sanders.
 
Legislative Action Day Preview — Register by Wednesday, April 20
 
Join the League’s Legislative team on Thursday, April 21 from 1:30-3 p.m. for a free legislative briefing webinar to review the top priority bills that will impact local governments. League lobbyists will be sharing information on legislation affecting transportation funding, employee relations, public safety and local control.
 
This webinar will provide you with the information on priority bills that you will need to successfully advocate on behalf of your city at the League’s Legislative Action Day on April 27.
 
Please register for this free webinar by noon on Wednesday, April 20. Webinar log-in information will be sent the afternoon of Wednesday, April 20.
 
For most League webinars only one connection is allowed per city. However, due to the capacity for this webinar, the League is allowing two connections per city to provide easier access for its members.
  
The rate for non-member cities is $100 per login.
 
For registration questions, please contact Megan Dunn.


 
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