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League of California Cities

Action Center

Action Center

Welcome to the Action Center, where you can find a list of current legislative proposals that need your advocacy! 

The League of California Cities is its strongest when joined by the voices of members and coalition partners. The League's legislative and regional public affairs teams are here to work hand-in-hand with members to protect local control and stand up for city interests.
 
Should you have any questions or would like to recieve a copy of the Action Alert, please contact your Regional Public Affairs Manager.

We appreciate your support!

*** NOTE ***
The Legislature has a recently changed letter submission process that requires
ALL LETTERS TO BE UPLOADED INTO A NEW ELECTRONIC PORTAL.
The portal will automatically send letters to the author’s office and the committee(s) of jurisdiction.

  1. Please visit https://calegislation.lc.ca.gov/advocates/ to create an account and upload this letter. If you are having difficulty accessing the portal, please contact Meg Desmond at (916) 658-8224.
  2. In addition to submitting the letter through the portal, please send a physical copy to your Legislator(s), and and email a copy to cityletters@cacities.org, as well as your Regional Public Affairs Manager.


AB 685 (Reyes) Occupational Safety: COVID-19 Exposure: Notification. This bill would create an onerous and comprehensive set of reporting requirements for all California employers when an employee is exposed to COVID-19. 
AB 685 (Reyes) Sample Letter

SB 776 (Skinner) Police Officers. Release of Records. This bill expands the categories of police and custodial personnel records subject to disclosure pursuant to the California Public Records Act (CPRA).
SB 776 (Skinner) Sample Letter

SB 1383 (Jackson) Unlawful Employment Practice: Family Leave. This bill would require any employer, public or private, with five or more employees to provide 12-weeks of protected leave each year and threatens them with litigation for any unintentional mistake. 

SB 1383 (Jackson) Sample Letter

 

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