Friday, February 23, 2024

Tag: Housing

Job Killer Bills Die Early in New Legislative Year

As the new legislative year began, several job killer bills were laid to rest again following continued strong opposition from the California Chamber of...

Infrastructure, Innovation Highlighted by Key Speakers

California’s infrastructure needs and ability to find innovative solutions were highlighted last week in remarks at the 97th Annual Sacramento Host Breakfast. California Governor Gavin...

Find Common Ground, Path to Solutions to Produce Long-Term Success for All

Following are remarks presented by Gregory S. Bielli, 2023 chair of the California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, at the 97th Annual Sacramento...

Panel Weighs Past/Future Solutions to Housing/Homelessness Crisis

A morning session at the CalChamber Capitol Summit on May 17 gives an opportunity for panelists to share success stories and future plans to...

Coalition Opposition Stops Warehouse Setback Rules Bill in Second Assembly Committee

Strong opposition by a California Chamber of Commerce-led coalition this week stopped a job killer bill that would have created a de facto ban...

De Facto Warehouses Ban Passes First Committee

A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed job killer bill that creates a de facto ban of warehouses passed an Assembly committee this week. AB 1000 (Reyes;...

CalChamber Job Killer List

California Chamber of Commerce has released its 2023 job killer list, which includes bills dealing with labor and employment issues, taxation, housing costs, environmental,...

Registration Opens for CalChamber Capitol Summit

Registration is open now for the California Chamber of Commerce Capitol Summit, set for May 17 in Sacramento. CalChamber President and CEO Jennifer Barrera and...

Don’t Treat California as a ‘Luxury Good’

The Golden State has enjoyed as much prosperity and created as much wealth as any society on the planet. Its economic output rivals Germany and...