Legislative Advocacy Updates

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News from CalChamber Sacramento, CA: California is now into the 11th year of the U.S. economic recovery and all of the state’s economic vitals continue to be strong, state Finance Director Keely Martin Bosler told business leaders at a California Chamber of Commerce luncheon yesterday. Budget Is ‘Structurally Balanced’ The Department of Finance (DOF) expects the […]Read More

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News from California Competes Sacramento, CA: Governor Newsom’s proposed 2020-21 budget of $222.2 billion, unveiled Friday, outlined continued investments in California’s higher education system and workforce development. Increased funding for the three public higher education segments shows the Governor’s attention to closing the degree gap and helping improve students’ upward economic mobility. The budget highlights adult […]Read More

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Washington, DC: The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce continues to support the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.  The Chamber took a position of support during the 2019 legislative session and worked with the Office of Congressman Raul Ruiz, M.D. for passage in the House of Representatives.  We now are asking the United States Senate to approve […]Read More

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Sacramento, CA: The GCVCC has taken a position of opposition to AB 628.  The position is taken based on the GCVCC Platform position(s) found under “Economic Development and Business Regulations”. AB 628 Coalition Letter GCVCC Legislative Team: The Chamber strongly supports workplace reforms to eliminate harassment in the workplace.  We were proud to sponsor a […]Read More

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Sacramento, CA: The GCVCC has taken a position of opposition to SB 246.  The position is taken based on the GCVCC Platform position(s) found under “Economic Development and Business Regulations”. SB 246 Coalition Letter GCVCC Legislative Team: At this point the Chamber opposes any bill that is going to adversely impact the cost of gasoline […]Read More