Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Business Owners Come to Sacramento to Explain Problems with Gender Tax Bill

(From left) Small business owners Francisca Dumlao, Rosie Quintana and Graciela Fountain meet with CalChamber Senior Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera before visiting legislators to explain the practical problems that will be created by a proposed gender tax bill due to be considered by the Assembly. See story here and video at www.calchamber.com/videos. Photo by Sara Espinosa

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