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News from: CalChamber A little known and often forgotten truth is that not all political change in California comes via the ballot box. Once a decade, the demographers and cartographers replace the voters in the leading role by advising the California’s Citizens Redistricting Commission, which is charged with drawing the political boundaries for California’s congressional, […]Read More

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New from: CalChamber An Assembly policy committee this week postponed action on a cosmetic product ban identified by the California Chamber of Commerce as a job killer. The ban will hurt California manufacturers, retailers, and the more than 415,000 California jobs in the personal care products industry. AB 495 (Muratsuchi; D-Torrance/Wicks; D-Oakland) was discussed but not […]Read More

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New from: CalChamber The California Chamber of Commerce this week kicked off #RespectWorks, a campaign joined by a large and growing list of flagship California companies pledging to promote inclusiveness and prevent harassment in their workplaces. “Harassment has no place in our workplaces,” said CalChamber President Allan Zaremberg. “Joining #RespectWorks demonstrates an employer’s solid commitment […]Read More

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News from the CalChamber: The information below reports on the second year of the 2017-2018 legislative session, showing legislators floor votes for bills the CalChamber recognizes as “Priority”.  For a complete list of this report, including the full voting record of the legislator and additional explanation of the methodology, visit: calchamber.com/voterecord For this legislative year […]Read More

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News from CalChamber: On his final day to act on legislation, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. vetoed the last surviving California Chamber of Commerce-opposed job killer bill. AB 3080 (Gonzalez Fletcher; D-San Diego) would have banned arbitration agreements beneficial to employees, employers and the courts. “We are grateful to the Governor for vetoing this bill […]Read More