The California State Assembly and Senate return today from their month-long summer recess and will consider the remaining job killer bills over the next several weeks.
The next significant deadline for the job killer bills is August 17, the date by which fiscal committees must send the bills along for consideration by the entire Senate or Assembly.
In addition, seven tax-related job killer bills remain alive because they were not subject to the July 6 deadline for bills to pass policy committees and move to fiscal committees. Although they still are eligible for consideration, they are not set for hearings at this time.
Job Killer Bills
Two Senate job killer bills and one Assembly job killer bill remain active.
The California Chamber of Commerce has identified 28 job killer bills to date.
The following job killers are still moving:
CalChamber is asking businesses to contact their legislators and urge them to oppose these job killers.
Easy-to-edit sample letters are available at www.calchambervotes.com.
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