CalChamber in the News


Recent articles and videos from news sources that mention the California Chamber of Commerce (CalChamber.)

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COVID-19 Warrants CCPA Enforcement Delay, Calif. AG Told
While the landmark California Consumer Privacy Act took effect Jan. 1, Attorney General Xavier Becerra isn’t allow to start bringing enforcement actions until July 1. But in a letter sent to the regulator Tuesday, the California Chamber of Commerce, UPS, the Internet Coalition, the Association of National Advertisers and 30 others called for this looming deadline to be pushed back to Jan. 2, 2021. Law360, 03/19/20

Legal Marijuana Use Still Costs People Jobs. A New California Bill Takes on the Issue
“Allowing drug use in the workplace — including requiring an employer to accommodate an employee’s marijuana use — could jeopardize the safety of other workers as well as the public,” the Chamber said in a statement this month. Los Angeles Times, 02/19/20

Employers Score Another Hit Against AB 51 as Preliminary Injunction Extends Prohibition on Enforcement by State of California
In the span of five weeks, a coalition of plaintiffs representing national and state business organizations and employers, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the California Chamber of Commerce, have gone two for two in challenging AB 51 to restore the previous status quo permitting the use of arbitration agreements with their employees. The National Law Review, 02/13/20

Why Jurassic Park Star Jeff Goldblum Wants California to Ban Even More Plastics
The California Chamber of Commerce opposed the legislation, citing a “lack of infrastructure that is critical for manufacturers to comply and meet the recycling rates and dates,” in a pair of Sept. 9 letters. The Sacramento Bee, 01/22/20

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