Tag: SB 213

Workers’ Comp Job Killer Proposal Fails to Move

Legislation expanding the presumption that certain diseases and injuries are caused by the workplace failed in an Assembly policy committee this week for lack...

7 Job Killer Bills Pass to Second House

Seven California Chamber of Commerce job killer proposals have moved on to the second house, passing a key legislative deadline on May 27 that...

CalChamber Releases 2022 Job Killer List

The California Chamber of Commerce today released the first wave of bills to be included on its 2022 job killer list. The preliminary list...

Second Year of Legislative Session Off to a Fast Start

Both houses of the State Legislature recently wrapped up their work on 2-year bills that had a January 31st deadline to pass their house...

Strong Opposition Stops Single-Payer Health Care Bill, 2 Other Job Killers

Three California Chamber of Commerce job killer bills, including one that would have raised taxes by more than $160 billion annually to fund a...

Job Killer Bills Moving in Legislature

A few CalChamber-identified Job Killer bills, including AB 1400 (Kalra, Lee and Santiago), creating a single payer health care system, are on the move...

California Senate Should Once Again Reject Creating a New, Unwarranted Workers’ Compensation Presumption

The Senate will soon be asked to vote on SB 213 (Cortese), a CalChamber Job Killer, which would set a dangerous precedent in the...

Job Killer Update: Several Held in Fiscal Committee, But Others Pass

Action on several California Chamber of Commerce-opposed job killer bills will be delayed until next year with their failure to move out of the...