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Oceanside Chamber argues Gonzalez’s FAST Recovery Act will hurt small businesses

Samantha Nelson
OCEANSIDE — The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce is opposing a bill proposed earlier this year by a San Diego lawmaker that aims to raise workplace
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Democratic officials aim to ‘fast-track’ party’s endorsement process

Steve Horn
Behind the scenes, powerful county Democratic Party officials are aiming to "fast-track" the endorsement process to benefit candidate Olga Diaz.
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Workers, employers react to ‘Dynamex’ bill amendments

Steve Horn
Assembly Bill 5, which aims to reclassify worker status in accordance with Dynamex, was recently amended to include exemptions in law, real estate and dentistry.
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Gonzalez co-authors bill to tighten medical exemptions for vaccines

Coast News wire services
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, co-introduced legislation today to combat falsified medical exemptions that allow children to avoid vaccinations against illnesses like measles.
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Becerra, Gonzalez announce bill to combat ‘underground economic crimes’

Coast News wire services
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, today announced legislation to help the state combat "underground economic crimes'' like human trafficking