SACRAMENTO — Assemblyman Frank Bigelow, R-O’Neals, announced Nov. 18 that the California Chamber of Commerce gave him a perfect score for his pro-California business voting record.
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The scorecard put out by California’s leading voice on business issues featured bills relating to job growth, environmental regulation, health insurance costs and labor mandates. Bigelow voted for more job creation in California businesses 100 percent of the time according to the chamber scoring.
“Creating and keeping more California jobs throughout the foothills and Central Valley is one of the issues I’m most focused on in the Legislature,” Bigelow said. “As a rancher and businessman myself, I know firsthand what burdensome regulations can do to stifle California’s business climate.”
“I’m proud to stand with California businesses 100 percent of the time to ensure California’s working families can continue to succeed,” Assemblyman Bigelow said.
To view the California Chamber’s scorecard and list of priority bills, visit calchamber.com/governmentrelations/documents/vote-record_11-08-2013.pdf.
Frank Bigelow represents the 5th Assembly District, which encompasses Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, El Dorado, Madera, Mariposa, Mono, Placer, and Tuolumne counties and includes Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park.