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The League is compiling summaries and resources with information for cities on the 2013 legislative session outcomes.
(Published May 28, 2013)
The 2013 Legislative session finished at midnight on May 20. The League is working hard to summarize the actions of the 2013 legislative session in various formats, and gearing up for the beginning of the 2014 policy development process.
2013 Legislative activity
League staff are summarizing new laws, and bills that did not become law, for the League’s annual Law Summaries document. City officials can expect this searchable PDF document to be available on the League website on June 17.
Legislative update at the LMC Annual Conference
The League’s IGR staff are also crafting their annual live legislative update presentation for the 2013 Annual Conference. City officials who attend the conference events on Wednesday, June 19 at the Union Depot will be in store for an educational—and entertaining—session from 3:30-4:45 p.m.
Join an LMC policy committee this summer
It’s not too late to help inform our 2014 legislative policies! Sign up for a policy committee to discuss and learn about legislative issues that occurred this past year, and what may be in store for next year. Join city officials from all around the state for meetings three times during the summer at the League (call-in option available). The first policy committee meetings are in late July.
Third Reading newsfeed & Twitter
The Twitter feed on the League’s IGR web page and the Third Reading legislative newsfeed will not be available online from June 17 through mid-February of 2014.
The next legislative session, the second half of the 2013-2014 biennium, is scheduled to convene at noon on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014.
For information on legislative issues, contact the League’s IGR staff. If you are not sure who to contact, please contact Heather Cederholm or Laura Ziegler (see right).
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Contact Heather Cederholm
(651) 281-1256 or (800) 925-1122
Contact Laura Ziegler
(651) 281-1267 or (800) 925-1122
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