Legislative Advocacy Updates

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News from the United States Chamber of Commerce Chamber urges Congress to prepare to replenish funds to help small businesses left out  Washington, DC:  The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today applauded Congress and the Trump Administration for their bipartisan action in adding another $310 billion to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act […]Read More

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News from the CA Assembly Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy Sacramento, CA: Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes, Chair of the Assembly Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy (JEDE), asked the committee to keep you informed on issues affecting small businesses and economic development activities. These updates are in addition to the JEDE […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Business Legislative Advocacy Committee Organizations recommend the State Administration urgently act to pause non-essential state regulatory functions that will not impact measures designed to protect imminent harm to human health. Specifically, we are urging the Governor to issue an Executive Order temporarily suspending all pending new rulemaking, as well as any […]Read More

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News from the Business Legislative Advocacy Committee The GCVCC has joined with the California Chamber of Commerce and other organizations to respectfully oppose AB 2843 (Chu, D-San Francisco) as introduced.  The bill would add significant costs to businesses that are already struggling to maintain their operations during this pandemic and create yet another barrier to […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Business Legislative Advocacy Committee Recommendations sent to the Governor recently seemed to suggest that the business community should be the safety net to mitigate the unprecedented outcomes of this natural disaster and the government’s response. Our state and federal governments, with the help of the private sector, have always been the […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Business Legislative Advocacy Committee The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce (GCVCC) is supporting contract employees experiencing significant difficulties applying for unemployment insurance. Gig employees, contractors and furloughed workers were included in the recent federal $2.2 trillion relief package passed by Congress. While the federal government has stated they would qualify […]Read More