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Surviving in a Post-Pandemic Era

Next year is quickly approaching and I know I am not the only one looking forward to this year being over.

A Resolution That Will Help Valley

VICA LOCAL UPDATE

The Business Perspective on Valley Issues

Here’s How Privacy Law Will Hurt

VICA LOCAL UPDATE: The Business Perspective on Valley Issues

How privacy law will hurt businesses.

Really, It’s All About the Kids

School district tax plan won’t help students.

School district tax plan won’t help students.

The True Problem

The beginning of every year prompts a flood of new ideas from California’s state legislators, and obviously, I’m grateful to them.

Regulations: A Modest Proposal

As we make our way through the holidays, it’s become clear to me that there’s a problem our elected officials need to solve.

It’s Time to Sit Up and Pay Attention

I once saw a T-shirt that proudly declared, “I put the ‘pro’ in procrastination.”

What Happens If We Don’t Build?

How apartment construction gives tenants bargaining power.

Probations Can Combat Inefficiency

OP-ED: State government would do well to mandate longer probation periods for new employees.

Handbook for the New Year

2017 rings in new laws for businesses.

For Lawmakers in Sacramento, That’s a Wrap, Folks!

VICA’s victories and losses in Sacramento.

New Routes for Valley’s Future

Voter-approved funding for transportation could determine the Valley’s economic future.

Takeaways from Take-Back Plan

L.A. County shouldn’t penalize pharmacists and drug makers for products post-sale.

Federal Budget Will Impact Valley

Federal budget deal will impact Valley businesses.

What We’re Grateful For

Reflecting on what the Valley business community has to be grateful for in 2015.

Throwing a Flag for Piling On Business

The cumulative burden of red tape.

Last Stop on the Orange Line

Valley residents shouldn’t take a back seat on the Orange Line conversion issue.