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Small cities score big win with passage of SB 640
Jul 21, 2021Signed into law last Friday, transportation funding legislation SB 640 (Becker) creates a more equitable, competitive SB 1 application process by allowing two or more eligible cities, or one or more cities and a county, to combine resources on projects that affect multiple jurisdictions.
Message from League of California Cities Executive Director
Jul 21, 2021What a wonderful experience it was to see our League of California Cities board members in person in San Diego last week at our first in-person board meeting in nearly 18 months.
Proposed $26 billion national settlement reached in opioid litigation involving state and local governments
Jul 21, 2021California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced a proposed national settlement today for state and local government claims against three major opioid distributors and opioid manufacturer Johnson & Johnson.