Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Special Elections Set in Three Los Angeles County Assembly Districts

Election Day will come early for voters in three Los Angeles County-based Assembly districts due to year-end resignations. • Assembly District (AD) 39, formerly represented...

CalChamber Supports Clean Water Bond; Urges Members to Join Endorsement

The California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted to support Proposition 68 (The California Clean Water & Safe Parks Act), a bond measure...

CalChamber-Backed June Ballot Measures Receive Numbers

Proposition numbers have been assigned to the measures that will appear on the June ballot. As previously reported, the California Chamber of Commerce supports...

CalChamber Backs Constitutional Changes on Cap-and-Trade, Transportation Funds

Two proposed constitutional amendments that will appear on the June 2018 ballot are being supported by the California Chamber of Commerce in accordance with...

CalChamber Backs Two Proposed Water Bonds

The California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors recently voted to support two proposed water bond measures, an initiative aimed at the November 2018...

Governor Names Becerra as State Attorney General

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. this week named California Congressman Xavier Becerra (D-Los Angeles) to succeed Attorney General Kamala D. Harris, who was elected...

New Faces Head for Sacramento Assembly

Incoming freshman Assembly members introduce themselves to attendees at the CalChamber Public Affairs Conference on November 29 in Huntington Beach. The four are among...

Voters, CalChamber Agree

California voters agreed with California Chamber of Commerce positions this week, passing CalChamber-supported Propositions 51, 52, 54 and 58, and rejecting Proposition 61. CalChamber-opposed...

Vote Count Continuing: Moderate Dems Expand as Super Majority Returns to Assembly

An old saying, “It’s all over but the shouting” doesn’t necessarily apply to the final outcomes in a number of California legislative and congressional...

Proposition 64 Stays Out of the Workplace

On November 8, California joined several other states in legalizing recreational use of marijuana by adults. Proposition 64, also known as the Adult Use of...

CalChamber Election Special

This special electronic edition of Alert pulls together all things election-related that the California Chamber of Commerce has distributed in recent months. Collected here for...

State Legislative Races Central to Fight for Employer-Friendly Laws

In addition to the 17 ballot propositions and the national election, California voters will be asked to cast ballots in 120 legislative races. In previous...

Time Off to Vote Obligations

With the November 8 general election only one week away, employers should already have been displaying a poster describing voting leave requirements. Employers must display...