Fewer 'Job Kill' Bills Make it to Governor

Fine, Howard
September 2005
Orange County Business Journal;9/19/2005, Vol. 28 Issue 38, p3
Reports on the pending legislative bills relating to labor and employment, waiting action from California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Reasons behind the delayed action for the forty-five measures; Assessment of the potential benefits and drawbacks of the labor-related bills; Criticisms of labor lobbyists against the deficiency of Schwarzenegger in giving approval of the proposals.


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