Manager, Public Policy
Samantha Beasley, 213.580.7558
The Government & Fiscal Affairs Council serves as the Chamber’s primary committee to evaluate legislation and policies that affect the broad business community and civic life including taxes, regulations and government reforms. They will meet monthly to monitor and act on general business regulatory issues and will focus on L.A. City public policy issues.
Will Raising Minimum Wage in L.A. Be Enough?
Thursday, April 30
10 - 11:30 a.m.
Los Angeles' proposed minimum wage increase continues to be a fiery topic for debate in our region, with Mayor Garcetti proposing a raise from $9 to $13.25/hr, while others on the City Council push to more than $15/hr. Captivating the attention of every business and employment stakeholder, multiple studies have been done on the differing effects of this important decision, including one by the independent research and consulting firm Beacon Economics.
Lifting families out of poverty ultimately helps everyone, but is the discussion at City Hall targeted enough to be effective? Join us as Chris Thornberg, Founding Partner of Beacon Economics, gives us a detailed look on the effects these different minimum wage increase proposals will have on businesses and the economy of Los Angeles.
L.A. Area Chamber
350 S. Bixel St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
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MEETING AGENDAS, PRESENTATIONS AND HANDOUTS
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This council meets on most third Thursdays of the month from 10-11:30 a.m. Meetings will be at the L.A. Area Chamber.
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