Assemblymember Marc Levine
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.

As California Enters its Fifth Year of Drought, State Lawmakers Undertake Study Mission to Australia

"We can learn from people who have adopted best practices, who have seen them play out over the years and plan for future droughts," Mr Levine said.

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Levine Op-Ed: Bay Area Must Restructure Way it Manages Transportation Needs

Bay Area commuters know there is something seriously wrong with regional transportation planning. These commuters spend almost 80 hours per year delayed in traffic -- twice the national average. It's some of the worst in the nation.

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Assemblyman Marc Levine Teams Up with Fairfax Fourth-Graders to Get Drought Bill Adopted

A collaboration between Assemblyman Marc Levine and a fourth-grade class at Manor Elementary School in Fairfax has resulted in a new California law.

On Friday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 606, which mandates that state properties modernize their irrigation systems and install drought tolerant landscaping using native plants whenever possible.

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Gov. Brown Signs Bill Banning Sidewalk Tolls on Golden Gate Bridge

"This legislation continues California's efforts to encourage people to get out of their cars and to walk and bike instead," Marc Levine, D-Marin County said.

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Governor’s Signature on Wildlife Corridors Protection Bill Secures Vital Safeguards for California Birds

The bill, authored by Assembly Member Marc Levine and sponsored by Audubon California, will give birds a better chance to survive the challenges of climate change.

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[VIDEO]: North Bay Lawmaker Demands Opening 3rd Lane For Richmond Bridge Commuters

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"That bridge was originally built over 60 years ago for three lanes and we need to reopen that third lane,” Levine said.

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Business Group Backs Third Lane on Richmond-San Rafael Bridge

A Bay Area business group is calling on Caltrans to open a third eastbound lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in the afternoon to alleviate traffic in Marin.

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