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The League is proud to release a new research brief, A Closer Look at California Community College Enrollment. The brief is the first edition of League Research Insights. League Research Insights are designed to build access to information, best...

The first year of the 2019-20 Legislative Session concluded on September 13th. Hundreds of bills were sent to the Governor’s Desk for consideration by the signing deadline. On Sunday, October 13, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom officially wrapped up...

At this point in the legislative process, most League tracked legislation has been referred to either the Senate Appropriations Committee Suspense File or the Assembly Appropriations Committee Suspense File.

The Community College League of California and the Affordability, Food & Housing Access Taskforce have joined Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) in co-sponsoring the Food for Thought Act H.R. 4065, a bill to establish a meal program to address...

The League’s package of sponsored legislation has had a successful spring and early summer.  So far each of our sponsored legislation has passed out of their respective committees and houses with strong bipartisan support.

On May 9, Governor Newsom released the 2019-20 May Revision proposal. Building on the January Budget proposal, Governor Gavin Newsom identified three investment themes for California’s state budget: an effective government, promoting...

Last week, the League released its letter in response to the Governor’s 2019-20 budget proposal. The letter is an effort to provide guidance and prompt advocacy around specific community college proposals, including recommendations to...

Legislators had until February 22, 2019 to introduce legislation. This year, Legislators introduced over 2,700 measures for consideration. The League is currently tracking 150 bills which impact California Community Colleges and its students.

With the start of the 2019–2020 legislative session, the Community College League of California is pleased to provide various advocacy materials that will support you and your college in advocacy for the students you serve. They are intended to...

On Monday, January 7, the California Legislature reconvened in Sacramento to officially begin the 2019 Legislative Session. This will be the first year of the two-year 2019-20 Legislative Session. A day full of ceremonies included the swearing-in...

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