State Policy Updates
Policy Brief - Governor’s Proposed 2013-14 State Budget: Child Care and Development Services (February 5, 2013)
Winners and Losers: A Report on the California State Budget and Legislation - Second Session of 2011-12 - Child Care and Development (October 2, 2012)
County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors Motion Instructing the CEO to Prepare and Send a Letter to the Governor and County’s Legislative Delegation Recommending Alternatives to the Governor’s Proposed Budget for Administrative Restructuring of Child Care and Development Services (May 22, 2012)
Policy Brief – Governor’s FY 2012-13 Proposed Budget: Implications of Proposed Cuts to Child Care and Development and Administrative Restructuring - Los Angeles County (February 1, 2012)
Comparison between 2011-12 Budget and Proposed 2012-13 Budget: Child Care and Development Services (February 14, 2012)
Executive Summary – Governor’s FY 2012-13 Proposed Budget: Child Care and Development Services and Related Programs (January 11, 2012)
Winners and Losers: A Report on the California State Budget and Legislation - First Session of 2011-12 - Child Care and Development
Winners and Losers: A Report on the California State Budget and Legislature – 2010-11 – Child Care and Development
Winners and Losers: A Report on the California State Budget and Legislature – 2009-10 – Child Care and Development
Legislation Being Considered by the California State Legislature – 2013 – Child Care and Development Services: Listing of legislation being considered by the legislature during the current session. Due to the nature of the legislative process, change is constant. As a result, the matrix posted at this site may not contain the most current information on the bills.
|**The Office of Child Care, on behalf of the Child Care Planning Committee and Policy Roundtable for Child Care’s Joint Committee on Legislation, monitors state and federal legislation relating to child care and development. As such, it maintains and updates weekly a matrix of legislation; weekly updates reflect bill amendments and hearing dates as well as lists of organizations that have taken positions of support or oppose on respective bills. To receive an updated matrix weekly updates on the status of legislation as it proceeds through the legislature, contact the Office of Child Care at email@example.com. Ask to be added to the listserv for legislative updates.
Official California Legislative Information: To obtain additional information on individual bills more directly, click on this link to the website where you can search for and download bills and analyses prepared for legislative committees and check the bill status.
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