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eWeekly Alert & News Archives: April 21st, 2014

WHY BUILDING OPERATORS MATTER FOR GHG REDUCTIONS

Published on April 21, 2014

The California Air Resources Board, as part of its ongoing mandate to implement the state Greenhouse Gas Reduction Law, referred to simply as “AB 32,” is hosting research seminars to help educate impacted industries about the latest GHG reduction  | Read More » |

SPLIT ROLL BAD FOR HOMEOWNERS

Published on April 21, 2014

From The OC Register, “There is one truism in raising taxes that never seems to change, and it’s that no one tends to mind as long as the taxes being raised belong to someone else. This divide-and- conquer strategy usually works when the powers that  | Read More » |

26,000+ NEW PAGES OF FEDERAL REGULATION IN 2013

Published on April 21, 2014

From the Wall Street Journal: “Anyone wondering why the U.S. economy can’t seem to grow at its usual pace should examine one product category where production is booming: federal regulation.” “Washington set a new record in 2013 by issuing  | Read More » |

SPLIT-ROLL TAX BILL STRIKES AT PROP. 13

Published on April 21, 2014

As we reported last week a bill that would implement a de facto split roll parcel tax passed its first legislative test and is moving forward in the Legislature. We are a key part of a large coalition of groups fighting this bad idea. A piece over at  | Read More » |

BUSY WEEK AHEAD – SUPPORTED BILLS

Published on April 21, 2014

First House Policy Committees crank up with lots of activity next week. Here are just a few of the bills that are “up” next week that we support. AB 2109 (Daly; D-Anaheim) Parcel Tax Reports. Would require the State Board of Equalization to annually  | Read More » |

JOB KILLER BILLS NAMED

Published on April 21, 2014

The California Chamber of Commerce released its annual list of “job killer” bills, calling attention to the negative impact that 27 proposed measures would have on California’s job climate and economic recovery if they were to become law. Many  | Read More » |

SPECIAL SESSION CALLED TO STRENGTHEN RAINY DAY FUND

Published on April 21, 2014

Governor Brown has called a special session of the Legislature to replace the Rainy Day Fund on the November ballot with a dedicated reserve that would allow the state to pay down its debts and unfunded liabilities. In 2010, the Legislature approved the  | Read More » |