On Wednesday September 9th, the California Supreme Court refused to hear a case brought forward by the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, the California Business Roundtable and the California Business Properties Association regarding whether only a simple majority versus a supermajority vote was necessary to pass a San Francisco corporate tax ballot measure which passed in 2018.
While much of the attention in November’s election is focused on the race for President, Californians are going to have a lot of other decisions to make, including statewide ballot measures.
A member of the Senate tested positive, requiring the entire body to be tested and cleared before they could safely continue their work.
CLSA has long supported efforts to combat AMR, and in a continuation of efforts to expand the coalition of organizations that CLSA engages with on important issues, we agreed to join 14 other cosigners on the letters.
President Trump officially signed four Executive Orders (EOs) last Friday. The EOs target four policy areas: drug importation, 340B, rebate rule, and most concerning – IPI/Most Favored Nation (MFN).
The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) is now accepting applications for the California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC).
California Life Sciences Association president and CEO Mike Guerra issued the following statement about the scheduled vote on H.R. 1425, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act.
“The current state budget includes a number of provisions that will have a detrimental impact on innovation, slowing the treatment, testing, and search for a cure to the COVID19 pandemic while potentially leading the state into further economic decline.
On Tuesday, August 20th, CLSA welcomed a host of lawmakers, legislative staffers, and other key stakeholders to a first of its kind medical device showcase reception in Sacramento.
Governor Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature have agreed to a state spending plan that avoids billions of dollars in permanent cuts to public schools and health care programs but imposes pay cuts to state workers and other programs to cover an estimated $54.3 billion budget deficit brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.