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CalChamber Calendar

Business Services Committee: December 4, San Francisco Education Committee: December 4, San Francisco CalChamber Fundraising Committee: December 4, San Francisco Water Committee: December 4, San Francisco Board of Directors: December 4–5, San Francisco International...

Governor Set to Begin Historic Fourth Term

Governor Edmund G Brown Jr., accompanied by First Lady Anne Gust Brown, smiles as he talks to reporters outside the old Governor’s Mansion after...

Voters, CalChamber Agree: Support Water Supply/Storage, Rainy Day Fund

California voters this week overwhelmingly passed California Chamber of Commerce-supported Proposition 1, the water bond, and Proposition 2, the rainy day reserve measure. CalChamber President...

Voters Reject Props. 45, 46; OK Prop. 47

California voters agreed with the California Chamber of Commerce in rejecting Propositions 45 and 46, but passed CalChamber-opposed Proposition 47. Proposition 45 would have given...

Recent Headlines from HRWatchdog Blog

Following is a sampling of recent entries on the HRWatchdog, the employment law blog from the California Chamber of Commerce. • San Francisco Announces Minimum...

Report: State Water Conservation Rate Declines, Despite Continued Drought

Water conservation efforts in the state leveled off in September after a steady rise since May, according to a new report presented to the...

GO-Biz Launches Web Page to Streamline Permitting Process

The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) has launched a new Web page that highlights the best practices of business groups, and...

California Newspapers Endorse Propositions 1, 2

With the General Election just around the corner, newspapers up and down the state have published editorials urging a “yes” vote on California Chamber...

Redondo Beach Chamber Chair Fights for Business at All Levels

Taking action on issues that matter to him has been second nature to Redondo Beach business leader Michael Jackson for decades. Jackson, a 2014 recipient...

CalChamber Vote Record: Major Bills 2014

This report for the second year of the 2013–2014 legislative session focuses on California legislators’ floor votes on California Chamber of Commerce priority bills. This...

CalChamber Best Business Votes

Legislators are listed in descending order according to how often they voted in accord with the California Chamber of Commerce position (first number) versus...

CalChamber-Opposed Bills Get Signatures, Win Vetoes

Legislation strongly opposed by the California Chamber of Commerce has been signed by the Governor, who also agreed with CalChamber opposition in vetoing other...

Overview of November Ballot Measures

Following are brief summaries of the measures that will appear on the November General Election ballot. When the California Chamber of Commerce has taken...

Final Status Report on Major Business Bills

The following list summarizes the final status of priority bills for the California Chamber of Commerce that were sent to the Governor this year,...

CalChamber Supports Propositions 1 and 2

Yes to Water Supply/Storage, Rainy Day Reserve The California Chamber of Commerce is supporting Proposition 1 and Proposition 2 on the November general election ballot. Proposition...

CalChamber Opposes Propositions 45, 46, 47

The California Chamber of Commerce is opposing Proposition 45, Proposition 46 and Proposition 47 on the upcoming November election ballot. Proposition 45 gives the state...

CalChamber Status Update Report on Major Legislation for Business

The following list summarizes top priority bills for the California Chamber of Commerce and their status as of August 31, when the Legislature began...