Legislative Advocacy Updates

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News from the GCVCC Business Legislative Advocacy Committee The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce urges Congress to include in any regulations or guidance issued by the Department of Labor under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act specific language defining “health care provider” for purposes of the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Act (EFMLA) and […]Read More

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News from Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians AGUA CALIENTE INDIAN RESERVATION: The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians announced Tribal Council election results today, Tuesday April 7, 2020: Tribal Council Chairman Jeff L. Grubbe was re-elected to a fifth consecutive two-year term. Tribal Council Vice-Chairman Reid D. Milanovich continues in his elected two-year term. […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Business Legislative Advocacy Committee The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce is part of a nationwide coalition of over 60 Chambers of Commerce, the Save Small Business Coalition, that is asking for the State Insurance Commissioner to mandate Insurance Carriers cover business interruption under existing policies due to the Civil Authority […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Legislative Committee Sacramento, CA: The GCVCC has taken a position of opposition to AB 2570 (STONE) FALSE CLAIMS ACT. The position is taken based on the GCVCC Platform position(s) found under “Economic Development and Business Regulations”. GCVCC Legislative Team: Our tax process is complicated enough for small business owners, and already […]Read More

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News from the United States Chamber of Commerce Daily intelligence brief directly from Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer Neil Bradley Washington, DC: Regrettably, Washington gridlock and partisanship has delayed passage of the Phase 3 COVID-19 response bill. As a reminder, this bill is critical to providing businesses of all sizes and across all sectors […]Read More