Advocacy for California's Community Colleges

Advocacy is an essential means to strengthen and support California Community Colleges. The League's Government Relations office represents the CEOCCC and CCCT boards' local perspective before the Legislature and Executive Branch.

Get The 2018 Fast Facts

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Bill Tracking

Review the latest updates on bills tracked by League staff, including the official positions of the League on each bill.

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Issue Briefs and Talking Points

Access documents to assist you in your advoacy efforts

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Government Relations Newsletter

This monthly newsletter provides updates about what is happening within the State Capitol and the League’s Government Relations office, including bills moving through the legislative process and budgets being proposed.

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Federal Advocacy

Learn about the League's federal advocacy efforts.

Legislative Updates


This year, various budget and legislative proposals have been introduced that would increase the amount of financial aid available for community college students.


This month the League’s Legislative Webinar discussed the 2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act and the implementation of new laws that affect facilities financing for California Community College districts.  Guest presenters included:


On Wednesday, January 10, 2018, Governor Brown released his 2018-19 state budget proposal – a cautious approach to spending that acknowledges both federal and state economic volatility and uncertainty.


On Tuesday, June 27th, Governor Brown signed a budget agreement that invests $270.2 million over the 2016 Budget Act level in community colleges.