Roundtable Chairman, Jerry J. Carnahan, President and CEO Farmers Life Insurance on the mission of the California Business Roundtable.
At their spring Board meeting on Thursday, March 8, the California Business Roundtable voted to oppose the following statewide initiatives currently circulating for the November ballot.
“We recognize the Governor’s leadership to address the state budget crisis and as business leaders we are working to pass the economic reforms that will help get California back on track through increased private sector investment which will create more jobs and ultimately increase revenues to the state,” said Jerry Carnahan, Chairman of the Roundtable.
Restricting Independent Contracting Will Slow Economic Growth In California, Add Unemployment, Study Finds
If government agencies restrict independent contracting in California the results will slow economic growth and add to the state’s unemployment rate, according to a new analysis by economic policy expert and former California chief economist, Philip J. Romero.
As discussed with the Executive Committee on Monday the fiscal outlook in Sacramento continues to worsen making the potential for mid-year trigger cuts very much a reality.