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  • Feel the Burn: Aloe Vera Added to Prop. 65 ListIn December of last year, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) published its intent to list Aloe vera, whole leave extract to the Proposition 65 list of chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer. Despite the widely accepted extensive health benefits of Aloe vera, an unelected regulator in Sacramento can now tell you and all consumers it will cause cancer, even if no cases of cancer from Aloe vera exposure exist.

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  • NFIB/CA Announces Opposition to Health Care TaxThe National Federation of Independent Business, California’s and the nation’s leading small business association, today announced its opposition to the Governor’s proposed health care tax, as reflected in SB 2X 15 (Hernandez) and AB 2X 20 (Bonta).

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  • Are You OSHA Compliant in 2016?Keeping up with ever-changing OSHA requirements is no small task, especially with a slew of new rules for 2016. NFIB's free on-demand webinar will get you on the right track and help you avoid hefty fines for non-compliance.

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  • Office Romance – Ignore at Your Own Risk Warns NFIBNews Release--Valentine’s Day a reminder that employers need to be aware when Cupid is in the office.

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  • Reality Check: Which Legislators Are Failing Small Business?News Release--NFIB releases 2015 voting record for California legislators.

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  • Comment on Today’s State-of-the-State AddressNews Release--Governor Brown leaves small businesses still wanting.

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  • Quick Information About Main Street, CaliforniaA resource for reporters, editorial writers and TV and radio show hosts.

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  • Preserve Subcontractor and Franchisee IndependenceMillions of small subcontractors and franchisees are worried that because of a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling they could lose control of their business and new business opportunities due to the new joint employer standard. This NLRB ruling fundamentally changes the joint employer rules and could be devastating to franchise and subcontracting businesses. Tell Congress to Preserve Subcontractor and Franchisee Independence.

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