Legislative Advocacy Updates

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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

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GCVCC Legislative Update 2020 GCVCC Opposes SB 1383 We OPPOSE SB 1383 (Jackson) as amended on June 29, 2020 as a job killer as it will significantly harm small employers in California by requiring any employer with only 5 employees to provide 12-weeks of protected leave each year and threatening them with litigation for any unintentional […]Read More

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GCVCC Legislative Update 2020 GCVCC Opposes AB 648 AB 648 imposes limitations that would likely end voluntary workplace Wellness Programs that benefit employees and contribute to a healthy workforce. Additionally, it creates significant liability for employers who fail to adhere to the bill’s burdensome requirements. AB 648 Draft Sen Health Committee OpposeRead More

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GCVCC Legislative Update 2020 GCVCC Opposes AB 2843 AB 2843 would add significant costs to businesses that are already struggling to maintain their operations during this pandemic and create yet another barrier to employers who attempt to maintain staffing or pay for their workforce. Specifically, AB 2843 would require a city, county, or city and […]Read More

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GCVCC Legislative Update 2020 Testimony offered before the California Air Resources Board in regards to Advanced Clean Trucks Regulation.  This issue has carried into 2020. The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce (GCVCC) representing over 1300  business in the Coachella Valley, is deeply concerned about the large entity reporting requirement of the Advanced Clean Trucks […]Read More

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GCVCC Legislative Update 2020 GCVCC Supports AB 3281 Current law exempts specified occupations and business relationships from the application of the “ABC” test, including a business-to-business contracting relationship, that meets specified requirements, including that a business is a “contracting business” if it demonstrates that it meets specified criteria. Current law, instead, provides that these exempt […]Read More