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June 11 Event: YOU, Election Integrity, And Being BRAVE

June 11 Event: YOU, Election Integrity, And Being BRAVE

Businesses Representing American Values & Enterprises RSVP is required: [email protected] BRAVE is a grassroots group that formed in January 2021. It is an unincorporated association supporting small businesses and our communities during extraordinary times of financial and social crises and change. BRAVE businesses, their customers and supporters know that America’s future prosperity depends on us, […]

Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches

Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches

By George Miller Ventura County just announced that it is dropping lawsuits against the remaining five businesses which had resisted COVID lockdown restrictions. BUT, not churches as we learned today from a VC church. Per Emily Gardner, Principal Assistant County Counsel, the businesses are: The 5 most recently dismissed cases involved the following businesses: The […]

Board of Supervisors Dismisses 5 COVID Lawsuits Against Non-Compliant Businesses

Board of Supervisors Dismisses 5 COVID Lawsuits Against Non-Compliant Businesses

Ventura, CA – The Board of Supervisors has unanimously voted to dismiss 5 remaining COVID-19 lawsuits against non-compliant businesses. In a joint statement on behalf of the Board of Supervisors, Chair Linda Parks stated, “The lawsuits were never meant to be punitive but rather to gain compliance with Public Health Orders. This act of good […]

First Amendment Auditors – Tips for Citizens, Businesses and Government Agencies

First Amendment Auditors – Tips for Citizens, Businesses and Government Agencies

Over the last few years, there has been a nationwide increase of activists and “citizen journalists,” who practice “First Amendment audits” by publicly filming law enforcement officers in order to provoke an illegal response. Most of these encounters involve some sort of confrontation on the part of the auditor and often involve the auditor’s use […]

California property taxes for businesses could get highest raise in 40 years

California property taxes for businesses could get highest raise in 40 years

The tax hikes comes as the state is still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic By Bradford Betz | Fox News Californians will vote next month on whether to approve the largest tax increase on commercial and industrial properties in more than 40 years, and the measure has sparked fierce debate on what its effect on small businesses and consumers will be. The […]

Businesses Drastically Reduced New Hires In July According To Private Payroll Processor

Businesses Drastically Reduced New Hires In July According To Private Payroll Processor

  KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter Private sector job creation for displaced workers slowed in July, with private payroll increases not meeting the growth expected by economists, CNBC reported. Economists who were surveyed by Dow Jones expected private-sector employment to increase by 1 million, yet reported an increase of 167,000, CNBC reported. The report was issued by Dow Jones economists […]

GOP Seeks to Protect Businesses From COVID-Related Lawsuits

GOP Seeks to Protect Businesses From COVID-Related Lawsuits

BY EMEL AKAN WASHINGTON—Lawmakers have less than two weeks to reach a deal on the next stimulus package but the two sides remain far apart on several issues, including providing a liability shield for businesses. Companies demand protections against coronavirus-related lawsuits, as they worry about being sued if an employee or customer contracts the virus. Without such protection, Republicans fear many […]

County waives fees for various services to help businesses with impacts of COVID-19

County waives fees for various services to help businesses with impacts of COVID-19

VENTURA, CA – To help address the financial impact on businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the County Board voted unanimously to waive service rates and fees for many County services. The Resource Management Agency and Fire Protection District will be reducing or waiving certain fees, late fees and penalties. This waiving of fees will […]

California Gov. Gavin Newsom says some businesses will reopen Friday, with conditions

California Gov. Gavin Newsom says some businesses will reopen Friday, with conditions

By Noah Higgins-Dunn California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday said some of the state’s retail businesses could begin reopening with modifications by the end of this week if certain criteria are met.  Newsom said state officials will issue further guidance Thursday on the state’s next phase of reopening, which will include specific guidelines that low-risk […]

Input Needed | Oxnard Seeks Participation from Businesses, Institutions in Broadband Internet Survey

Input Needed | Oxnard Seeks Participation from Businesses, Institutions in Broadband Internet Survey

Oxnard, California – How is broadband internet access working for you? The City of Oxnard wants to know. It is inviting businesses, institutions and other commercial organizations in Oxnard, Port Hueneme and the surrounding area to complete a broadband survey in order to ensure everyone has the high-speed Internet services they need to participate in today’s […]

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