Representing the Interest of Business with Government
Promoting Political Action for a Favorable Business Climate
Our "watchdog," the Legislative Action Committee (LAC), is an invaluable resource to the Corona Chamber and its members. Composed completely of Chamber members, this volunteer committee's mission is to maintain a favorable business climate in Riverside County and the State. LAC discusses current issues and bills that affect business and make recommendations for Chamber members to then act upon. They assemble letter-writing campaigns, initiate discussions with legislators, and send representatives to speak on the floor during hearings in Sacramento. All funding for this advocacy program is provided by the proceeds of the prior year's Legislative Dinner/Monte Carlo fundraiser. Contact us for more info! Membership in the Legislative Action Committee is selected to represent the business makeup of our service area.
Our legislative action committee has montlhy in-person meetings that our members can attend. These meetings are held to keep the business community informed and up to date on critical legislative updates that affect their business. Our meetings are FREE to attend for members.
The next meeting will be held on January 10th at 11:30am at Graziano's in Corona.
The 2023 legislative year has just wrapped up. Throughout the year, The Corona Chamber was actively taking positions on many of the important pieces of legislation that could effect your business. This year the Chamber has already taken a position on a multitude of bills and topics. Please see below for some of the positions that we have already taken in 2023.
- Signed onto Cal Chamber coalition letter requesting a 60-day extension to properly review data and make comments on the updated Fire Hazard Severity Zone Map.
- Opposed AB 259 – Annual Wealth Tax
- Supported SB 19 – Additional Protections Against Fentanyl
- Opposed AB 627 – Bans diesel buses, trucks for Riverside & San Bernardino County
- Opposed SB 525 – Would require healthcare worker minimum wage of $25 per hour
- Signed on to Senator Seyarto SB-67 letter of support
- Signed letter to support F-35 Program
Legislators Contact Info
Two legislative summits are scheduled each year: once to Sacramento (typically in early May/late June) and once to Washington, D.C. (typically in early Fall). Every attendee pays a registration fee and is responsible for all travel, lodging, meals, and expenses.
We resumed our summit trips in 2022, after having to cancel them in 2020-2021. See below for a recap of each in our bi-monthly publication.
Our 2023 dates have been announced!
Sacramento Legislative Summit was held May 16th-18th, 2023.
Washington DC Summit was held October 23-25, 2023 (Optional days include October 20-22 for Travel and Tours).
It's not too late to get involved! Click here to get more information.
2022 SUMMIT RECAPS
The 2022 Sacramento Legislative Summit was held May 31- June 2nd, 2022 (Click here for a recap).
The 2022 Washington DC Summit was held September 19-21, 2022 (Click here for a recap).