Welcome To SWCLC

A Regional Business Advocacy Coalition

Air Quality Plan

Minimize Regional Air Quality Plan Impact to Southwest California Businesses The Southwest California Legislative Council (SWCLC) opposed the 2007 Air Quality Management Plan earlier this year. The Air Quality Management District (AQMD) is holding a town hall meeting and we are urging all those who are interested to attend. Your presence makes an impact. Town Hall

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Credit Checks

Chambers Take Action on Credit Report Reform Proposal Employee theft is a growing problem. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce rates the annual cost at $40 billion. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, this is the fastest growing crime in the United States and many experts estimate that it increases at a rate of 15

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Healthcare Reform

Southwest California Businesses Urge Governor to Assist in Opening Rancho Springs Hospital The Temecula Valley, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore Valley, Menifee Valley and Wildomar Chambers of Commerce through their regional advocacy coalition, the Southwest California Legislative Council (SWCLC) delivered 1,500 letters from concerned business and community members to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Riverside Office on Friday urging

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Latest from the Council:

Based on extensive review, the SWCLC has adopted the following positions for the 2016 California Ballot Propositions:


The SWCLC is strongly OPPOSED to AB1066. This bill is bad for CA farmers, bad for CA! Some people just can't do math.


Join us this coming Monday as the Southwest California Legislative Council reviews the ballot propositions you will face in November. Each prop will be evaluate...


Ballot Initiatives

Year-to-Date Bills Tracked

Through April, 2015, the SWCLC has adopted positions on 48 state bills and 2 federal measures. 2015 YTD Bill Tracker

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Mid-year Crossover Bill Tracker

Midyear Madness You may not have noticed a collective sigh of relief going up around the state on June 5th, but anybody following the legislative process in Sacramento was holding their breath through that date. That’s because on June 5th, all of the 2,348 bills that were introduced earlier this year had to be passed

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2015 SWCLC Year-end Bill Positions

These year-end reports are prepared by the SWCLC to reflect the positions adopted by the Council during the year. The first report is a summary of the 88 bills the Council considered during the 2015 Legislative session. The second report is our annual Legislative Report Card. This is the 10th vote record the SWCLC has

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