A long awaited study of the costs to small businesses from state regulations is finally out, and on first blush seems to reinforce the argument that state lawmakers should scale back their meddling ways. But the study appears thin on … Continue reading
The autumnal equinox is often marked in Sacramento by the state’s chief executive signing or vetoing hundreds of bills submitted by the Legislature. This season is no diffferent. Or… is it?
Just a small moment of shameless self promotion. I’m honored to report that Capital Notes has just won the first-ever award for reporter blogs from the Northern California chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. A big thanks to all … Continue reading