Top Twenty Worst Bills Worthy of the Governor’s Veto

Diane Harkey Board of Equalization Member Diane Harkey Leave a Comment

This op-ed, co-authored with Senator Bob Dutton, originally appeared in the Flashreport As of today, the Governor has yet to act on any of these bills. When he is done, we will grade Governor Brown on his performance. The Governor’s “letter grade” will be computed using the following scale… If he vetoes 90% or more, the Governor got an “A”, 80% – …

DeMaio Outlines Major Job Creation Strategies in His “Pathway to Prosperity” Plan

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  After months of holding Job Creation Summits, examining best practices from cities across the nation, and soliciting advice from local business leaders, City Councilmember Carl DeMaio today released an 86-page Pathway to Prosperity Job Creation Plan which spells out 112 ideas to streamline city regulations and launch a number of initiatives to create and keep jobs in San Diego. …

DeMaio Releases “Welcome Home Plan” To Help Veterans Transition to Jobs

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As a proud military town with a large population of service members and veterans, San Diego must be a city committed to ensuring our veterans are successfully employed upon leaving the military and entering the civilian workforce. There were roughly 200,000 more veterans in the labor force this June than there were a year earlier, according to the Bureau of …

Faulconer: “People talk about creating new jobs. We must also protect the jobs we have”

Matt Awbrey Matt Awbrey, Undesignated Leave a Comment

San Diegans rightly expect all levels of local government to be focused on creating and maintaining jobs, especially in this period of economic uncertainty. Today in front of the international headquarters of San Diego-based manufacturer Solar Turbines, City Council President Pro Tem Kevin Faulconer joined County Supervisor Greg Cox, Port Chairman Scott Peters and many more local leaders to unite …