(June 19, 2013) Four California Chamber of Commerce-opposed “job killer” bills that will make it easier for lawmakers to approve new taxes passed the Senate Elections and Constitutional Amendments Committee yesterday.
(June 18, 2013) A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed “job killer” bill that dramatically increases penalties for unspecified “nuisance” air quality violations is pending in the state Assembly.
(June 17, 2013) Immigration reform is especially important to California, says Allan Zaremberg, President and CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce, in a letter sent today to members of Congress urging action on national immigration reform.
(June 14, 2013) Visitors to California spent $106.4 billion in the state last year, generating close to a million jobs and $11.4 billion in local, state and federal taxes, according to a recent travel and tourism industry report.
(June 13, 2013) The latest draft of a sweeping proposal to regulate chemicals in California consumer products still lacks the meaningful economic analysis that the California Chamber of Commerce has been requesting from the beginning.
'Job Killer’ Bill Hurts Part-Time Workers, Increases Discrimination Litigation, Imposes New Penalties
(June 12, 2013) A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed “job killer” bill that requires the state's largest employers to pay a penalty for each worker who opts to enroll in the state’s Medi-Cal program will be considered by the Assembly this week.
(June 11, 2013) A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed bill that increases the burden on California employers to conduct business and exposes them to a higher risk of litigation will be considered by an Assembly policy committee tomorrow.
(June 10, 2013) California’s economy continues to gain momentum, but key questions remain unresolved involving how sustainable recent gains are, the CalChamber's EAC indicated in its latest report.
(June 7, 2012) With triple-digit heat expected this week throughout the state, the CalChamber is reminding businesses around the state to take all available precautions to prevent heat illness among their employees during these warm summer months.
(June 6, 2013) There has been no shift of the property tax burden from businesses to homeowners, according to a research report released yesterday examining the effects of Proposition 13.
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The seafood spot replaces a French bakery in business since the 1980s.
National weather service warns of "elevated fire danger."
A 45-minute silent ride is dedicated to a Valley Glen teen who died when hit by a car in March.
A rollover sparks a collision, but victims are treated for non-life threatening injuries.
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Fire stations will be holding an open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Area residents can leave non-perishable food items next to their mailbox for letter carriers to collect.
The exhibit is running from May 10 through July 1.
The bi-monthly journey through the neighborhood's past returns this weekend.
Aerospace engineer Bill Ailor, founder of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy, has spent 25 years fighting to preserve open space in the South Bay. Sponsored by Grape-Nuts.
The blend of theaters and places to hang out make the arts district a standout spot for the local TV network.
The cost of colonoscopies, MRIs, CT scans and mammogram can shift a lot from county to county.
More than 100 crimes are reported in the NoHo Arts District in the last two weeks of April.
The burglaries happened in Van Nuys and North Hollywood.
The local neighborhood council meets the second Wednesday of every month.
The Pacific Opera Project attracts audiences with an intimate experience at a surprising venue. Sponsored by Grape-Nuts.
In doing their job, employees of the Los Angeles Fire Department put out a structure fire before anyone could have been seriously injured.