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Governor Revises Plan To Fix Aging Water Infrastructure

Governor Revises Plan To Fix Aging Water Infrastructure The California Chamber of Commerce and a broad-based coalition are supporting the revised plan announced by the Governor to fix Californias aging water infrastructure and create a more secure ...

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Lovingood Testifies Before Congress

San Bernardino County First District Supervisor Robert A. Lovingood testified in front of a Congressional Subcommittee Wednesday on the impact of federal land acquisitions have on the people, jobs and economy of the County. In the past 15 years, S ...

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Mobilegeddon Arrives Today

Google released sweeping changes to its search algorithm on April 21, giving mobile-friendly websites a boost on smartphones. In its mobile search results, Google now favors websites that adjust for smaller screens. With mobile searches making up ...

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State Water Board Expands Drought Regulations

As California enters a fourth year of severe drought, the State Water Resources Control Board Tuesday adopted an expanded emergency regulation to safeguard the state’s remaining water supplies. "We are experiencing the lowest snowpack a ...

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From HRWatchdog Blog: Bizarre Excuses for Being Late to Work

February 6, 2015 Courtesy of CalChamber Every now and then, the morning just doesnt go right and you wind up running late for work. When asked in a new survey from CareerBuilder how often they come in late to work, more than 23% of respondents adm ...

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Local Agencies Strategize Ebola Response

The County of San Bernardino has taken steps to ensure it is prepared to respond to any Ebola cases that may arise in the county. Several San Bernardino county agencies participated in an exercise on October 23, 2014, to discuss and evaluate respo ...

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If It Isn’t Grown, It Must Be Mined

BY ROBERT A. LOVINGOOD There's an old saying, If it isn't grown, it must be mined. That could really be the motto of San Bernardino County. Ours is the largest mining county in California, with over 100 mines, most of which are currently a ...

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Call for Veto of Job Killer Imposing New Liabilities

The California Chamber of Commerce is urging all businesses to send a letter to Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. asking that he veto AB 1897, a job killer bill that imposes new liabilities on innocent businesses. AB 1897 would expose virtually every e ...

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Flood Of Costly Proposals Moving Through Legislature

California Chamber of Commerce-opposed bills that don't earn the job killer label still pose problems for California businesses and deserve to be rejected. The CalChamber is urging lawmakers to oppose the following proposals. If passed, these ...

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Committee Rejects Bill Discouraging Frivolous Lawsuits

A California Chamber of Commerce sponsored job creator bill that aimed to discourage frivolous litigation has been rejected by the Assembly Judiciary Committee. AB 2095 (Wagner; R-Irvine) sought to limit frivolous litigation regarding itemized wag ...

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