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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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Law Requires Investment Training for Pension Board

Brown announced Friday that he had signed AB1163 by Democratic Assemblyman Marc Levine of San Rafael.

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SF Chronicle Editorial: Wine Tasting at Farmers' Market a Bill to Toast

Local winemakers, local wine tasters - rejoice.

Gov. Jerry Brown has just signed AB2488, a bill that allows winegrowers who grow and bottle their own wine to offer tastings at certified farmers' markets all over the state...

AB2488, which was authored by state Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael...

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Bill to Ease Pressure on Marin to Build More Housing Moves Forward

"Legislation to redesignate Marin as a suburban county has never even gotten off the floor of the Assembly before," said Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael, the bill's sponsor. "Now that it's just getting to the state Senate, we'll be working diligently to educate all senators on this issue."

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Suicide-Prevention Training Bill Passes Assembly

Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael, said his AB2198 follows recommendations from a 2012 report by the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention. The bill heads to the Senate after passing the Assembly on a 44-11 vote, just above the threshold needed for approval in the 80-member chamber.

"This will save lives and help us reverse the growing number of suicides in California," Levine told fellow lawmakers.

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