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California’s business and political environment can be hostile and difficult to navigate.  So when failure is not an option, River City Communications is employed to deliver winning solutions to remove political barriers and turn business interests into public interests. 

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River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
RCC's Marko Mlikotin was on Capitol Public Radio, discussing the need to reforming California's antiquated fishing program. Listen...
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RCC is helping California's sportfishing industry make the case for fishing license reform that will lead to greater economic activity and jobs!
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California Sportfishing League
Support Assembly Bill 1387 (Wood) – 365 Day Fishing License In this video, the California Sportfishing League makes the case for a fishing license that is valid a full 365-days from the date of purchase. Such a license will provide anglers greater value and protect jobs dependent outdoor recreation and tourism. AB 1387 will become law only if State Legislators hear from anglers like you – be heard! SHARE the video and SIGN the Petition - bit.ly/2my8BwW
River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
RCC is helping California's sporting industry increase fishing participation rates and economic activity. To help, like the California Sportfishing League's Facebook page
River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
WMA, an association that represents mobilehome park owners, makes the case that a solution to California's housing crisis lays in plain sight.
River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
When some cities are looking to house residents in used shipping containers, why isn't Governor Gavin Newsom considering incentives to build new mobilehome parks? Believe it or not, they are less expensive than shipping containers, larger and offer a much better lifestyle.

Click below. WMA makes the case for yet another solution to California's housing crisis.
River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
Organizations representing crime victims and the LGBTQ community make the case that when 95% of all incidents at nightclubs are caused by 1% of patrons, small businesses should have access to I.D. technology that protects their patrons and employees from violent crime.