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Governor Brown Signs Assemblyman Cooley’s Business Fee Transparency Bill

Governor Brown Signs Assemblyman Cooley’s Business Fee Transparency Bill

SACRAMENTO - On Monday, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 393 (Cooley) - requiring the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) to provide small businesses with an online location where they can find information on mandatory fee requirements and schedules so that start-ups and established small businesses can budget accordingly throughout the year.

“One priority for a healthy business is the ability to plan,” said Assemblyman Ken Cooley.  “Licensure costs and other fees are usually manageable, if the owners can anticipate them and plan for their eventual payment.

Bill Gives Green Light to Over 500 Jobs in Rancho Cordova

Bill Gives Green Light to Over 500 Jobs in Rancho Cordova

Assemblyman Ken Cooley worked with Governor Brown and bill authors Senators DeSaulnier and Emmerson, to speed SB 509 through the Assembly enabling 500 jobs in Rancho Cordova to come on-line.  Assemblyman Cooley shepherded this urgency measure, which took three months to navigate the Senate, through the Assembly in less than 3 weeks to allow it to become law before July 1st.

Governor Brown signed the urgency bill Monday night to ensure that Covered California submits fingerprint images and related information to the Department of Justice to obtain criminal history information on its prospective employees who will assist Californians in their health insurance choices.  This bill was a mandatory requirement for employees handling sensitive personal information of applicants’ medical and financial information.

Assemblyman Ken Cooley hosts Meet & Greet

Assemblyman Ken Cooley hosts Meet & Greet

WHO:             Assemblyman Ken Cooley

WHAT:          Assemblyman Ken Cooley will host a community meet and greet at Starbucks in Rancho Cordova.

Santa, Please Bring Mommy an Assault Rifle

Santa, Please Bring Mommy an Assault Rifle

Momservation: Setting a good example for your kids doesn’t mean target shooting with an assault weapon.

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Someone please tell me why a suburban mother needs an assault rifle.

And being a “gun enthusiast” is a hollow explanation reverberating against the sobs of parents.

Election Polling Places and more...

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