Tag: Business Legislative Advocacy

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News from the Business Legislative Advocacy Committee The GCVCC supports Assembly Bill 2421 by Assemblymember Quirk. This bill would enable mobile communications providers to more quickly install backup power generators at existing cell sites in preparation for the coming wildfire seasons and possible power shutoffs by electric utilities.  During a wildfire or other public safety […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Legislative Advocacy Committee The GCVCC opposes SB 850, which would require an employer to provide modification pay to workers when it changes an employee’s schedule passed a certain date, and open the employer to civil action under the Private Attorney Generals Act (PAGA) for noncompliance. While we are supportive to the […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Legislative Committee The GCVCC supports AB 1907 which would, until January 1, 2029, exempt from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) certain projects that provide emergency shelters, supportive housing, or affordable housing that are carried out by a public agency. Our support for AB 1907 is influenced by […]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