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Why California voters should reject Prop. 24

The Mercury News - October 27, 2020

In these uncertain times, California’s businesses are struggling with implementing COVID-19 prevention measures, managing remote workforces, and paying salaries and expenses as they try to stay afloat.

This has been on top of burdens brought on by California’s new sweeping privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) which was enacted by the Legislature in late 2018 and took effect on Jan. 1 this year.

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Online liability bill will harm small businesses

SF Chronicle - August 25, 2020

Now more than ever, online marketplaces are a vital means for Californians to access and sell goods and services. They come in all types and sizes — some focusing on crafts, others produce, and still others travel. And at a time when many businesses have been forced to a standstill to slow the spread of COVID-19, online commerce is helping to keep jobs and our state economy afloat.

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