Earlier this week the first of a number of regulatory reform bills took its first step in the legislative process. Collectively, these bills look to modernize the regulatory process and identify unnecessary, conflicting, out of date or overlapping regulations in order to alleviate burdens on California businesses.
This week CMTA’s Dorothy Rothrock inserted California’s manufacturing jobs picture into an otherwise rosy KQED panel on California jobs.
Sweeping manufacturing jobs data under the rug is bad for California's economy and middle class working ...
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3 days ago
TY! RT @JonathanPW: Great job by @sacdot on @KQED http://t.co/inWhLYlj9o Discussing connection of growing #MFG jobs 2 health of CA econ
3 days ago
Thank you 4 ur leadership,Pamela RT @Peekan: @CMTA great job on the spring board meeting. Keeping #manufacturing strong in #California”
5 days ago