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January 8, 2019January 11, 2019

California Climate Policies Report Published

The Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) published this report on California Climate Policies in December. The report is required to determine if the state is meeting its greenhouse gas (GHG) goals. It also offers recommendations, so that legislators can use this data to create new legislation to resolve GHG issues. There is also a transportation specific...

January 4, 2019January 11, 2019

Snapshot of California’s Budget

The Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) released this report in December providing a snapshot of how the state’s budget breaks down by category and how things are trending. Instead of weeding through ALL the details of California’s massive budget consider looking at this publication. View the Report.

December 30, 2018January 11, 2019

Committee Assignments Released by Speaker Rendon

It is always interesting to see committees assignments for our local representatives. Sometimes having the right person on the Committee is all it takes to get something big accomplished. Here is what the Speaker of the Assembly Anthony Rendon announced for committee assignments for the 2019 – 2020 legislative session.  View the Committee Assignment Press...

December 10, 2018January 11, 2019

Should Companies Help With Housing Shortages?

An interesting perspective that companies should be helping solve the housing crisis, instead of simply contributing to it. In most instances companies externalize costs instead of internalize them, but the housing crisis doesn’t occur in a vacuum. View the Marin Voice article.

November 30, 2018November 30, 2018

Lawmakers Need to Step Up

Friends of Harbors, Beaches & Parks (FHBP) has advocated at the policy level to reduce emissions by protecting natural lands (which sequester carbon), but even with landmark legislation the state won’t reach it’s greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. Why? There are no teeth in the legislation. They are simply plans that no jurisdiction is actually...

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