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Register Today for the League’s April 18 Legislative Action Day and April 11 Preview Webinar on Priority Bills

Legislative Action Day Registration Closes April 13, Webinar Registration Closes April 9

March 23, 2018
The League of California Cities’®  2018 Legislative Action Day is coming up on April 18.
 
To prepare and brief local officials on priority bills of interest, the League is also holding a Legislative Action Day Preview webinar on April 10.
 
Legislative Action Day — Register by Friday, April 18
 
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 18, the event is free for League members and League Partners.
 
Contact your Regional Manager to set up a meeting with your legislator.
 
Online registration for this important event is free and open until April 13.

For registration questions please contact Megan Dunn
 
Legislative Action Day coincides with the 2nd Annual Capitol Cup Soccer Match, a friendly soccer match (Dems vs. Reps) benefitting two local non-profits: the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services and Weave.  Tickets are only $25 and include the 5:00 p.m. game, 6:15 p.m. reception with legislators, and 7:30 p.m. Sacramento Republic FC match vs. the Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC. Game tickets and transportation are not included in Legislative Action Day.

Additional information about the event is available on Legislative Action Day event webpage.
 
Legislative Action Day Preview, Tuesday, April 11
 
Join the League’s Legislative team on Tuesday, April 11 from 10:30 a.m.–noon for a free legislative briefing webinar to review the top priority bills that will impact local governments. League lobbyists will be share information on legislation affecting local land use authority and affordable housing; homelessness issues and funding opportunities; disaster response; economic development and redevelopment tool restoration; and public safety, marijuana regulation and drones.
 
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 18.
 
Registration closes at 5 p.m. on April 9. The webinar is free for League member cities and League Partners. Non-member cities and all others will be charged $100. Log-in information will be sent the morning of Tuesday, April 10.
 
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.


 
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