Thursday, December 1, 2022

CalChamber Policy Advocates Give Issues Update at Capitol Summit

The policy issues panel session at the CalChamber Capitol Summit on May 31 allows CalChamber Policy Advocates (from left) Louinda Lacey, Karen Sarkissian and Senior Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera to provide the latest information on housing, the government-run health care proposal, taxation, labor law and arbitration bills to Summit attendees. Mike Villines, owner of Villines Group LLC and a former Assembly Republican leader, moderates the discussion.
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