Legislative Advocacy Updates

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GCVCC Business Legislative Advocacy Update GCVCC Supports H.R. 7671 The GCVCC supports H.R. 7671, the Small Business Comeback Act that will establish a Recovery Fund to help American enterprise. Right now, our economy is at a critical juncture, with shuttered storefronts and historic work disruption. Everywhere we look, we are seeing the effects of tremendous […]Read More

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GCVCC Business Legislative Update GCVCC Opposes AB 1436 The GCVCC respectfully OPPOSES AB 1436, as amended on July 2. This bill forces rental property owners to forgo collecting rent for the entire duration of the state of emergency or until April 1, 2021 (whichever comes first) and then prohibits owners from collecting on the unpaid […]Read More

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GCVCC Business Legislative Update GCVCC Supports AB 2323 The GCVCC is pleased to SUPPORT AB 2323 (Friedman), as amended, which would bring meaningful changes to existing streamlining provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in order to promote more “climate-friendly” residential housing in California. AB 2323 advances two very practical improvements to existing CEQA […]Read More

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GCVCC Legislative Update GCVCC Supports AB 3279 The GCVCC is pleased to SUPPORT AB 3279 as amended, which would make improvements to the CEQA process and allow more housing to be built with less unnecessary delays. Specifically, the bill preserves all CEQA substantive environmental requirements while expediting the CEQA litigation process by improving the preparation […]Read More

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GCVCC Legislative Update GCVCC Opposes AB 1947 The GCVCC respectfully opposes AB 1947 (Kalra), as it undermines the essence of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement’s (DSLE) complaint process by requiring a one-sided attorney’s fee provision that will incentivize additional litigation. Labor Code Section 1102.5 protects an employee who provides information and has reason to […]Read More

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GCVCC Legislative Update GCVCC Request Line Item Veto on SB 74 We strongly urge you to LINE ITEM VETO Item Number 3900-003-3237 of SB 74, which would force the Air Resources Board (ARB) to re-do a rulemaking that was just completed. This re-do substantially risks the balance of environmental protection and cost-effectiveness agreement reached in […]Read More