The process of government by which bills are considered and laws enacted is commonly referred to as the Legislative Process. For an overview on how the legislative process works in the state of California, please browse the following documents:
CEAC Policy & Legislative Proposal Process
The annual Policy and Legislative Priorities are best achieved through collaboration and shared responsibility. To achieve the following, CEAC, CSAC staff, and individual county staff must combine resources, including policy and technical knowledge and expertise to maximize our influence, efficacy, and successful outcomes.
As such, CEAC members have the opportunity to submit legislative and policy proposals for the 2019-20 legislative session during CEAC’s Policy Conference in Sacramento, September 12-13, 2018.
CEAC Policy & Legislative Priorities and Guidelines 2019-2020 (Proposed)
- DRAFT 2019-2020 CEAC Legislative Priorities (Staff Proposal)
- DRAFT 2019-2020 CEAC Policy and Administrative Guidelines (Staff Proposal)
2018 Legislative Proposals to be considered at the 2018 CEAC Policy Conference
- 2019-2020 CEAC Legislative Proposal Submission 8.31.18 Complete-JOC
- Orange County Legislative Proposal Action Request 8.31.18 – QVL
- Contra Costa County Legislative Proposal Action Request Packet 8-13-18
CEAC Policy & Legislative Priorities and Guidelines 2017-2018
CSAC tracks federal issues of interest to California’s counties. CSAC’s Cara Martinson serves as the Senior Legislative Representative & Federal Affairs Manager, and counties retain Waterman & Associates in Washington, D.C. to monitor developments at the national level.
Waterman & Associates (202) 898-1444
Cara Martinson, Senior Legislative Representative & Federal Affairs Manager
Email – Cara Martinson
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