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.

After Orlando, California Lawmakers Rally for Gun Control Bills

Why are guns that are so dangerous to human life available so easily?” said Assemblyman Marc Levine (D-San Rafael) at the Hiram Johnson State Building. “Yesterday’s tragedy was a call to action. The loss of life in our communities has become unbearable.”

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After Orlando, California Lawmakers Push for Action on Gun Control

“Why are guns that are so dangerous to human life available so easily?” asked Assemblyman Marc Levine (D-San Rafael), one of four legislators at a news conference in San Francisco on Monday. “Yesterday’s tragedy was a call to action. The loss of life in our communities has become unbearable.”

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Marin Lawmakers Renew Calls for Gun Control Action After Orlando Massacre

“It is time to get assault weapons off our streets once and for all,” said Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael, speaking Monday at a San Francisco press conference along with other Assembly members backing gun control legislation pending in the state Legislature.

Levine and Assemblyman Phillip Ting, D-San Francisco, introduced Assembly Bill 1664, legislation that would expand the state’s assault weapons ban to include firearms that have an ammunition feeding device that can be easily removed from the firearm with the use of a tool.

“Taking away the bullet button will make these weapons less lethal, it slows down the attacker’s ability to reload magazines full of ammunition,” Levine said, referring to the button that allows a shooter to remove a magazine by pressing it with the tip of a bullet or other small tool.

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California Leaders Call for More Gun Laws in Wake of Orlando Shooting

Assemblymember Marc Levine spoke out specifically against assault weapons, saying it is time to get them off the streets once and for all.

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Efforts to Establish Inner Coast Wilderness Range Advance

The state Senate voted 24-12 Thursday to approve legislation to protect and preserve the geological, historic and cultural attributes of Yolo and 12 other counties along the Northern Inner Coast Range.

Senate Bill 1396 would establish the Inner Coast Range Program within the Wildlife Conservation Board, the state agency that administers a capital outlay program for wildlife conservation and related public recreation.

The bill, which is also coauthored by Senator Mike McGuire and Assembly Member Marc Levine, will be heard next by the Assembly, where it faces no serious opposition.

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Assemblyman Marc Levine’s anti-conflict of interest bill clears first hurdle

State Assemblyman Marc Levine wants to close “the revolving door.”

He took the first step toward accomplishing that this week when his proposed anti-conflict of interest bill, AB 2628, sometimes known as a “revolving door ban,” was approved by the Assembly Committee on Elections and Redistricting.

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Caltrans touts efforts to protect swallows at Petaluma bridge

During an afternoon news conference near the construction site, Caltrans officials said there would be only “limited construction” in bird nesting areas, work that should be completed by the end of March. The conference, which brought Caltrans and wildlife representatives together, was organized by State Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael.

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