Saturday, November 26, 2022

Roundtable Chat Covers Gamut from Job Killers to Recall Politics

CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg moderates a roundtable discussion at the Virtual Capitol Summit on May 12 with CalChamber Executive Vice President for Public Affairs Martin R. Wilson and CalChamber Executive Vice President Jennifer Barrera. Wilson gives an update on the gubernatorial recall and redistricting processes. Barrera highlights CalChamber efforts to stop pending job killer bills, the Cal/OSHA emergency temporary standard on COVID-19 and the unemployment insurance fund deficit. Watch the discussion at
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