2022 Business Issues and Legislative Guide
The CalChamber prepares this guide annually to provide comprehensive overviews of our priorities and the data to support our positions.
As California begins to emerge from this pandemic and as part of our Agenda for California Recovery, the CalChamber recommends that state policy makers exercise caution and restraint when considering new policies and regulations. In order for California to maintain a competitive advantage, policy makers need to carefully navigate the new, post-pandemic normal.
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Major Sponsor: Automobile Club of Southern California
Silver Sponsor: CSAA Insurance Group
Special thanks to our CalChamber Cornerstone Members: Albertsons, Amazon, AT&T, Automobile Club of Southern California, Bank of America, Chevron, CSAA Insurance Group, Edison International, Google, Kaiser Permanente, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Sempra Energy, Verizon, and Wells Fargo Bank
See the links below for analyses of state and federal issues the CalChamber considers crucial to the Agenda for California Recovery.
Agenda for California Recovery
- Sub-Saharan Africa Trade Relations
- Global Supply Chains and Port Congestion
- North/South America Trade Relations
- Trade Promotion Authority
- Trans-Atlantic Trade Relations
- Trans-Pacific Trade Relations
- World Trade Organization
Labor and Employment
- AB 5 Independent Contractors Law
- Child Care Crisis
- ‘High Road Employer’
- Joint Liability
- Paid Sick Leave
- Private Attorneys General Act
- Sectorial Bargaining
Privacy and Cybersecurity
- California Privacy Protection Agency
- Content Moderation and Internet Safety
- Privacy Act Exemptions
- Smart Laws: Regulating Algorithms
Campaign for California Jobs
Pictorial Roster of Elected Officials
Updates on issues are available via the CalChamber Alert app. More information at www.calchamberalert.com/app.
Order a Complete Copy of the Guide
Additional copies of the printed Guide are available for $20 each. Mail checks to California Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1736, Sacramento, CA 95812-1736, Attn: Business Issues.