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County's Legislative Platform Available Online

January 31, 2012

The 2012 Placer County Legislative Platform is now available on the county’s website. The document, a statement of legislative goals and priorities of the Board of Supervisors, provides the basis for the County’s advocacy efforts in both the federal and state branches of government. The document outlines the County’s overall legislative plan and lists specific state and federal proposals consistent with that overall plan.

The platform can be found by clicking on the link below. The web page contains the 2012 plan and plans from the past ten years. There are also other helpful links to relevant governmental entities including legislative calendars, a link to the California Secretary of State’s website with statewide initiatives information, contact information for federal and state legislators, and a highlight list for county issues of interest.

LEGISLATIVE PLATFORM

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