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2016 Policy Agenda Now Posted on Web

From: domainremoved <CalChamber>
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2016 22:15:25 +0000 (GMT)

February 2016

To: Members, California Chamber of Commerce

The California Chamber of Commerce 2016 Business Issues and Legislative Guide is now available - http://links.email.calchamber.com/ctt?kn=4&ms=NTA2NTk4NDAS1&r=NDc4MzYyMjQ3MzES1&b=2&j=ODYxMTM1ODU1S0&mt=1&rt=0

Thanks to our premier sponsor, Wells Fargo Bank - http://links.email.calchamber.com/ctt?kn=3&ms=NTA2NTk4NDAS1&r=NDc4MzYyMjQ3MzES1&b=2&j=ODYxMTM1ODU1S0&mt=1&rt=0

The policies outlined here are based on the program of work approved in December by the CalChamber Board of Directors.

In this election year, California continues to be a land of contradictions. Some industries and regions have regained the jobs lost during the recession; others remain stagnant. Some residents live comfortably while others struggle. Nearly one in four Californians lives in poverty.

Developing solutions for such a diverse economy and people is complex, but doable. In that spirit, the California Chamber of Commerce presents in this booklet our Agenda for California Prosperity.

We want to be sure we are preparing a quality workforce that enjoys affordable health care and housing, and an improved transportation system. Not adding to employer costs is an important policy principle so that California employers can keep pace with the competition in other states and around the world.

Please join us in keeping our jobs agenda in front of your elected representatives, state and local. To stay up-to-date on the issues, be sure to keep the CalChamber Alert app on your mobile device. Download it at http://links.email.calchamber.com/ctt?kn=6&ms=NTA2NTk4NDAS1&r=NDc4MzYyMjQ3MzES1&b=2&j=ODYxMTM1ODU1S0&mt=1&rt=0

When communicating your concerns to lawmakers and regulators, remember our grassroots website offers easy-to-use sample letters - http://links.email.calchamber.com/ctt?kn=5&ms=NTA2NTk4NDAS1&r=NDc4MzYyMjQ3MzES1&b=2&j=ODYxMTM1ODU1S0&mt=1&rt=0

Your involvement is critical as we continue our work to keep California the land of opportunity for all.

Michael W. Murphy
Chair, Board of Directors

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Received on Wed Feb 10 2016 - 14:19:40 PST

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