Legislative Advocacy Updates

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News from Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia: (Sacramento – CA) – This week, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) successfully ushered out several of his regional economic priority bills through the Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy (JEDE) Committee. In collaboration with the current JEDE Chair, Assemblymember Quirk-Silva (D- Orange County) and other colleagues, AB 2312, AB 2463, and […]Read More

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Request from the US Chamber of Commerce: Washington, DC – The United States Chamber of Commerce is asking local business owners and chamber members for their help understanding the impact of the recent tax reform on their business. Their goal is to populate an impact map, and they need your stories. To participate in the […]Read More

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News from the US Chamber of Commerce When it comes to trade agreements, most Americans like them “strong and enforceable.” As the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has often said, the commitments in a trade pact aren’t worth the paper they’re written on if they can’t be enforced. Support for vigorous enforcement of our trade agreements […]Read More

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Click here for Tickets: https://tickets.gcvcc.org/e/2018-gubernatorial-candidate-series-john-cox The next candidate in the GCVCC gubernatorial series will  be John Cox Republican. John’s Bio John Cox is a successful small-businessman born and raised in Chicago by his mother, a public school teacher who greatly influenced his perspective on politics. He resides with his family in the San Diego County community of Rancho Santa Fe, and is […]Read More

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The following is a transcript of an address delivered by Thomas J. Donohue of the United States Chamber of Commerce. Address by Thomas J. Donohue President and CEO, U.S. Chamber of Commerce January 10, 2018 Washington, D.C. The Economic Outlook Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for joining us today. At the outset of […]Read More