Fighting deceptive tax amendments
Your Chamber of Commerce recently joined the California Chamber of Commerce in opposing Assembly Constitutional Amendment 13.
Your Chamber on capitol hill
Your Chamber of Commerce recently joined the Coalition of California Chambers for a legislative summit in Washington D.C.
Passing a major infrastructure package
The chamber helped pass a major infrastructure package that includes $180 billion in investments over the next decade to address the state’s aging infrastructure, create jobs, and help meet ambitious climate goals
Protecting Free Speech
We are defending first amendment rights by opposing the proposed SB 399.
Defending hiring practices
The Chamber recently joined a coalition opposing SB 627 which would bog down hiring and undermine basic management for business.
2022 Ballot Guide - vote for your business
This year's ballot guide is hot off the press. Learn about the local ballot measures and build an informative opinion on the issues.
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The 2023 Board of Directors at the Yorba Linda Chamber of Commerce adopted the following relevant public policy positions on business issues affecting Chamber members. These policies serve as a guideline for the Chamber when reviewing applicable local development projects, and helps determine Chamber support or opposition. The policies further help to determine the appropriate Chamber response to ongoing and future development projects pertinent to the City of Yorba Linda.