TV chamber holds Legislative Summit to discuss state business issues

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Allen Zaremberg, president and CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce, participates in the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Summit Tuesday, Dec. 1. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The main topic of discussion during the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Summit Tuesday, Dec. 1, was the COVID-19 pandemic. The Legislative Summit was intended to inform attendees about legislative issues that may impact their business, as well as other federal and state issues such as water, natural gas and electrification and fire. “When the pandemic started, it was in a horrendously political environment,” California state Assemblymember-elect Kelly Seyarto said. “You don’t approach problems like this with the public by having a single person making decisions and imposing things on people. People were given bad information. People were told one thing and then they see different things going on that lead them not to believe what they’re being told, and
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