Chamber leaders, along with L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and L.A. County Federation of Labor head Maria Elena Durazo met with U.S. House Majority leader Steny Hoyer to discuss jobs and transportation.
Democratic Party Nominee for Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom meets with Chamber members to discuss his candidacy.
Democratic Nominee for Attorney General Kamala Harris meets with Chamber members to discuss her candidacy
California State Treasurer Bill Lockyer discusses why he thinks he should be reelected.
More than 100 business and civic leaders advocated for pro-jobs legislation in Sacramento.
Father Greg Boyle, executive director of Homebody Industries, discussed the politics of gang intervention, prevention and jobs in an economic downturn.
Access to capital is key to getting small businesses back on their feet, said Rep. Nydia Velázquez (D-NY), Chair, House Small Business Committee, at the Chamber.
Rep. Xavier Becerra discussed the Small Business and Infrastructure Jobs Tax Act, H.R. 4849, with Chamber small business members. Chamber members engaged Becerra in conversation on the future of health care reform and small business assistance.
Developer Rick J. Caruso talked about development and the future of Los Angeles at the Accenture Pancakes & Politics Breakfast Speaker Series.
Covering Los Angeles with Mark Lacter, Editor, LA Biz Observed; Rick Orlov, City Hall Reporter, Los Angeles Daily News; Frank Stoltze, Reporter, KPCC 89.3; David Zahniser, Reporter, Los Angeles Times. (Photos by ImageActive)
California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner outlined his priorities for the state at the California Candidates Series at the Chamber.
L.A. City Attorney Carmen Trutanich discussed his first couple of months in office and what he plans to accomplish as the newly elected City Attorney.