‘Job-killer’ bills, including minimum-wage effort, cling to life as session ends
“Ready for the fall crush? The California Legislature is a week away from ending this year’s session, and several bills are still alive that could affect the state’s employers. That means dozens of proposals will need votes before lawmakers leave for the fall midterm recess starting Sept. 13.” (Sacramento Business Journal, September 6, 2013).
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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