Southwest California Legislative Council, March Agenda

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Southwest California Legislative Council, March Agenda

  1. 1. MEETING AGENDA Monday, March 18, 2013 Ortega Adult School Multipurpose Room (West End) 520 Chaney Street, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 Presiding: Dennis Frank, Chair 2013 Strategic Initiatives Budget & Tax Reform / Job Creation and Retention / Healthcare ReformCall to Order, Roll Call & Introductions:Chair ReportAgenda Items 1. Approval of February 2013 Meeting Minutes Action 2. Legislative Report #3 Action 1. SB641 (Anderson) Corporation taxes: minimum franchise tax: exemptions 2. AB1203 (Gorrell) Taxation: interest: penalties. 3. AB152 (Yamada) Unemployment: Self-Employment Assistance Program. 4. SB626 (Beall) Workers’ compensation. 5. SB33 (Wolk) Infrastructure financing districts: voter approval: repeal 6. SB731 (Steinberg) Environment: California Environmental Quality Act and sustainable communities strategy 7. S.344 (Wicker) A bill to prohibit the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency from approving the introduction into commerce of gasoline that contains greater than 10-volume-percent ethanol, and for other purposes. 8. California Community Events Alliance- Saving Our Events 9. Update on Ontario Airport local control 4. Regional Legislator, Staff and Stakeholder Updates Information Federal: Senators Feinstein & Boxer. Representatives Calvert & Hunter State: Governor Brown, Senators Emmerson, Anderson & Roth, Assemblymembers Melendez, Waldron, Jones & Nestande Local: County, Cities, Utilities, EDC, Healthcare, League of Cities 5. Chamber & Council Member Announcements Information 6. Lunch Sponsor Eat There Adjourn – Next meeting April 15, 2013 For updates that affect your business everyday - LIKE us on Please consider adding your business to the list. The SWCLC is fully funded by sponsorships from various private organizations and businesses. The SWCLC exists solely because of the contributions of these proactive organizations and businesses located throughout the region. Without their support the actions of the SWCLC would not be possible.
  2. 2. Southwest California Legislative Council March 19, 2012 The Southwest California Legislative Council Thanks Our Partners:Southwest Riverside Country The Gas Company Wildomar Chamber ofAssociation of Realtors Abbott Vascular CommerceMetropolitan Water District of The Murrieta Temecula Group Southern California EdisonSouthern California Temecula Valley Chamber of Loma Linda UniversityNear-Cal Corporation Commerce Medical CenterEconomic Development Corp Murrieta Chamber of Southwest Healthcare Systemsof Southwest California Commerce WalmartElsinore Valley Municipal Lake Elsinore Valley ChamberWater District of Commerce 2

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