Friday, December 9, 2022

Capitol Press Corps Veterans Assess Initiative Outlook, Elections

CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg (left) moderates as Juliet Williams, state government and politics editor for The Associated Press, and John Myers, Sacramento bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, comment on the balance of power between the Governor and Legislature; the upcoming campaign to extend Proposition 30’s temporary income tax rate hike on high-income earners; the presidential primary; low-key campaign to select the next U.S. senator from California; and statehouse news coverage in the age of interactive social media. The wide-ranging discussion was part of the morning agenda at the CalChamber Capitol Summit in Sacramento on May 17. Watch for video highlights at calchamber.com/summit.

CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg (left) moderates as Juliet Williams, state government and politics editor for The Associated Press, and John Myers, Sacramento bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, comment on the balance of power between the Governor and Legislature; the upcoming campaign to extend Proposition 30’s temporary income tax rate hike on high-income earners; the presidential primary; low-key campaign to select the next U.S. senator from California; and statehouse news coverage in the age of interactive social media. The wide-ranging discussion was part of the morning agenda at the CalChamber Capitol Summit in Sacramento on May 17. Watch for video highlights at calchamber.com/summit.

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