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CA Cities Advocate: ICYMI: The League's Analaysis of the FY 2018–19 State Budget, Governor Signs Water Conservation Legislation, U.S. Supreme Court's Decision in Janus v. AFSCME is Imminent
CA Cities Advocate: June Budget Analysis 2018
CA Cities Advocate: Special Edition: Deceptive Corporate Tax Trick Threatens Quality of Life in Cities, Jeopardizes Local Services
CA Cities Advocate: Budget Agreement Includes $500 Million in One-Time Funding for Local Governments to Address Homelessness, Misguided SB 1 Repeal Jeopardizes Over 5,000 Road Projects and Puts Californians' Safety at Risk, Annual Conference Resolutions Due
CA Cities Advocate: Voters Overwhelmingly Approve Transportation Funding Protections; Support Parks and water Infrastructure Investment, and Water Conservation Incentive
CA Cities Advocate: Voting Yes on Propositions 68, 69 abd 72 Supports California Cities, Greater Funding Needed for Cities to Address California's Homelessness Crisis, Registration is Open for the League's 2018 Annual Conference & Expo
CA Cities Advocate: Bill that Threatens Fiscal Stability of Cities in JPAs among those Headed for Floor Vote this Week, SB 1 Funding is Enabling Cities, Counties and the State to Improve Roads, Voting Yes on Prop. 72 will Help California's Water Conservation Efforts
CA Cities Advocate: Press Events in L.A., San Diego and San Leandro Continue to Showcase How SB 1 Funding is Working to Improve Roads, Legislators Urged to Appropriate Funding for Key Local Priorities, CalPERS Committee Postpones Taking A Position on League-Opposed AB 1912
CA Cities Advocate: Press Conference in Rancho Cordova Puts Spotlight on SB 1 Funded Projects in Sacramento Region, Governor Releases May Revise Budget, Funding for Disaster Preparedness Remains Top Budget Priority
CA Cities Advocate: League of California Cities Issues Analysis of Governor Brown's May Budget Revise
CA Cities Advocate: Ballot Measure Advocacy through CitiPAC, Support TCPW Bills and Provide Cities Tools, Resources and Flexibility, and Advocate for City Priorities in the State Budget
CA Cities Advocate: May 1 Deadline Approaching for SB 1 Project Lists, Coalition Forms to Oppose Big Soda and Corporate Special Interest-Backed Initiative to Decimate Local Services, Governor Brown Engages League Board in Policy Discussion and more
CA Cities Advocate: SB 827 Amendments Don't Solve the Bill's Problems, Support Prop. 69, Oppose AB 1912 that Jeopardizes Fiscal Stability of Cities in JPAs and Review the Upcoming Bills in Committee
CA Cities Advocate: Come to Sacramento on April 18 to Advocate for City Priorities, League LA Division President Urges Yes on Props. 68, 69 and 70 and Governor Urged to Direct Resources in Budget to Modernization of Emergency Preparedness Assets
CA Cities Advocate: Mill Valley Takes Top Recognition in 2018 Local Streets and Roads Awards, Bills in Committee April 3-30, Coalition Expands to Protect Historic Transportation Funds
CA Cities Advocate: New SB 1 Project Submission Portal, Support Parks and Water Funding, and Legislation to Assist Cities in Enforcing Local Ordinances and Building Codes
CA Cities Advocate: Support Proposed Reforms to Sober Living Facilities’ Regulations, Details on League Officer Meetings with Congressional Leaders and Info on how to Submit FY 2018–19 SB 1 Project Lists
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