It’s an honor to serve Marin and Sonoma in the Assembly. We’ve made great progress together, but there’s much more work to do. With your support, we will continue to put our schools, environment, and local communities first.

To make government work, we need to pay attention

California government’s policy decisions and lawmaking are often a necessary response to a crisis. Last year, the Legislature addressed California’s drought by regulating groundwater management, putting a water bond on the ballot and appropriating funds for water conservation. However, once legislation is signed into law and policy decisions are made, the work is far from over.

It is important that the Legislature embrace its role of oversight and review the implementation of new laws. Far too often, laws are passed in haste without consideration of unintended consequences. Legislative oversight is essential to create accountability and make sure that government meets the needs of its citizens. That’s why the Legislature needs to hear from Californians like you about what you expect from your government.

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Lawmakers Say Water Bond Oversight Will Be Priority

California’s dwindling water supply didn’t escape lawmakers last session. They passed emergency drought legislation, new groundwater management laws, and put a $7.5 billion water bond before voters.

But now, keeping a close eye on how all of that is implemented is their next priority. Democratic Assemblymember Marc Levine says he doesn’t want a repeat of what happened with money from Proposition 1-E, the flood control bond that passed in 2006.

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Thank you!

Thank you! With your vote, yesterday I was reelected to the State Legislature as your Assemblymember for the beautiful North Bay.

I want to offer my sincerest and deepest gratitude for everything that you have done for our campaign. I am extremely humbled by the support I received and proud of the campaign we ran. We received more votes than any other Assemblymember elected across California yesterday. Just amazing!

Your help has made this victory possible. Whether you donated to my campaign, volunteered your time, or cast a decisive vote, everything that you've done helped secure our victory.

Thank you again for your friendship and support. We would not have this win without you. I look forward to continuing our progress on behalf of the North Bay. There is much more work to do!

Sincerely,

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Marc Levine

P.S. If you have not done so already, please take down your yard sign. My mom loves to see them, but your neighbors will appreciate it!

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Thank you to all who joined us for our Grassroots Fundraiser!

We had an absolutely incredible event this past Wednesday! I'd like to thank everyone who joined us, and thank the McInnis Park Club Restaurant for graciously opening their doors for us. It was great to see so many of my strongest supporters, closest friends, and community leaders.

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Levine gets IJ's nod for second term in state Assembly

Assemblyman Marc Levine says it is a new day in Sacramento, one where lawmakers from both parties are actually trying to work together. Levine, a Democrat, is proof of that.

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Freshman Legislators Bring Hope, Maybe Change, to Sacramento

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Editorial: Bill is a Modest Proposal to Reduce Suicide

Levine, a San Rafael Democrat, was moved to carry this bill because of the disturbing uptick in suicide in the United States. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, which is supporting the bill, suicide increased by 31 percent between 2000 and 2010. Nearly 4,000 Californians take their lives each year, and more than 48,000 attempt to do so.

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