As reported by the Sacramento Bee:
The California Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday released a list of 18 bills it says will reduce jobs and hurt the state economy.
The chamber introduces it’s so-called “job killers” every spring and boasts a high success rate of blocking bills on the list from becoming law. Critics question the organization’s methodology to determine the list.
All of the bills labeled job killers this year were introduced by Democratic lawmakers and four carried over from 2015.
“As everyone knows, California has areas that are booming economically and other areas that are stagnating,” said Allan Zaremberg, president and chief executive officer of the California Chamber, in a statement. “Each part of California has unique problems and these job killers will negatively impact future economic …