Legislative Advocacy Updates

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News from: CalChamber A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed bill allowing the Attorney General and private attorneys to sue taxpayers for perceived tax errors will be considered by the Senate Appropriations Committee next week. AB 1270 (M. Stone; D-Scotts Valley) expands the False Claims Act (FCA) to allow the Attorney General and private attorneys to sue taxpayers for […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Washington, DC: The United States Chamber of Commerce, along with a coalition of over 600 business organizations and advocacy groups that includes the Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce, today sent the United States Congress a letter urging approval of the the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Approval of USMCA will ensure U.S. […]Read More

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News from CalChamber Sacramento, CA:  Five job killer bills that will significantly increase costs for California businesses continued to move through the legislative process as lawmakers headed home for the summer recess last week. This year, the California Chamber of Commerce identified 31 job killer bills that would harm California’s economic growth and creation should […]Read More

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News from: CalChamber A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed job killer bill that will profoundly change unemployment insurance (UI) in California and create long-term costs for the state and businesses awaits action in the Senate. AB 1066 (Gonzalez; D-San Diego) will provide unemployment benefits to striking workers even though they are not looking for work and have a […]Read More