The CalChamber prepares this guide annually to provide comprehensive overviews of our priorities and the data to support our positions.
To work toward keeping the California Promise: Opportunity for All, the state should pursue: steps to moderate the supply-induced housing affordability squeeze and improve highway and transit capacity; developing in-state energy sources to moderate rapid growth in energy costs; and maintaining fiscal discipline in anticipation of an eventual economic downturn.
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See the links below for analyses of state and federal issues the CalChamber considers crucial to the California Promise: Opportunity for All.
California Promise: Opportunity for All
Labor and Employment
- Assembly Bill 5
- Paid Family Leave
- Paid Sick Leave
- Private Attorneys General Act
- Workplace Flexibility
Privacy and Cybersecurity
- Access to Water
- Groundwater: The New Frontier
- Long-Term Water Strategy
- New Water Future
- Voluntary Water Settlement Agreements
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.
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