Editorial: California lawmakers dash for global warming cash
“Among bills awaiting Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature are at least four deserving vetoes because they would do more economic harm than good, at a time the state least needs it.
Among legislation identified by the California Chamber of Commerce as “job killer bills” are four approved by the Legislature, which ended its 2011-12 session Friday. The chamber’s characterization is apt. But these bills would do more than kill jobs at a time when California unemployment is 10.7 percent, more than twice the rate during the summer of 2006.
If California ever is to return to sub-5 percent unemployment, the Legislature must stop raising taxes and imposing regulations that, while seemingly well-intentioned, effectively kill jobs.” (Orange County Register, September 5, 2012). Read it here.
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Why Penalizing Small Restaurants Won’t Reduce Litter
The latest attempt failed last week when the California Senate rejected Senate Bill 705. It does not reduce litter or waste and only adversely harms family-owned and mom-and-pop restaurants. It … Continue reading