Chris Kolski believes that government cannot create good jobs, but they can take them away. Excessive taxes and unnecessary regulation has squeezed out businesses that create the jobs we need.
At a speaking engagement today, Chris Kolski spoke about the excessive regulation that is strangling California's businesses and our prosperity. He stated, "cutting taxes and repealing the worst job killer bills is my priority in Sacramento."
Yet in a state with the most unfriendly business climate besides New York, where do we start? Here is a good place:
The Chamber's article focuses on the worst bill in the following areas:
- Costly Workplace Mandates
- Economic Development Barriers
- Expensive, Unnecessary Regulations
- Inflated Liability Costs
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California Chamber of Commerce (CalChamber) is a not-for-profit organization committed to helping California businesses survive and thrive while complying with complex laws and regulations. Our more than 13,000 members are a diverse group, ranging from companies such as Microsoft and the Walt Disney Corporation to local companies with a handful of employees.
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