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As you know, the most important fiscal news prior to the introduction of the Governor's Budget in January each year is the non-partisan Legislative...

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Sunday at midnight was the deadline for the Governor to act on the hundreds of bills on his desk. As a follow up to bills we highlighted at the end...

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Today, Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 328 (Portantino, D – La Cañada Flintridge) into law. The "school start time bill," as it has...

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With just days remaining in the 2019 legislative session, a bill to place two school facilities bonds before voters has been parked by legislative...

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The Senate and Assembly Appropriations Committees met today to consider hundreds of bills on their Suspense Files. The Suspense File is where bills...

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Governor Gavin Newsom, Assembly Member Patrick O’Donnell (D – Long Beach), legislative leadership, representatives from teacher and...

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A high-profile bill to mandate middle and high school start times across California appears to have a potential path to becoming law. Senator...

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Friday marked the deadline for policy committees in both houses of the Legislature to meet and act on bills. Any bill that has not moved through its...

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Assembly Bill 1505 by Assembly Member Patrick O’Donnell (D – Long Beach), which would enact reforms to charter school law, moved out of...

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A deluge of legislation moved forward last week, as Friday was the deadline for bills with significant costs to move out of policy committees in...

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Policy Committees Passing Almost Everything... Over the past two weeks, the Legislature’s policy committees held long hearings to consider...

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The State Allocation Board (SAB) met briefly this afternoon to review a consent-only agenda and hear updates concerning a forthcoming bond...

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