Monthly Archives: November 2019

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments last week on the administration’s move to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The Chamber has long supported immigration policies that allow our businesses to legally access the workforce they need in order to grow. We have submitted letters in support of DACA as well as […]

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The Chamber remains optimistic and committed to securing congressional approval of the NAFTA update known as the USMCA. The House Democrat’s USMCA working group continues to work to address their pending concerns on labor, enforcement, environmental, and prescription standards. Representative Richard Neal (MA), House Ways and Means Chairman and leader of the USMCA working group, […]

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Jan is a retired teacher/principal who created a project called The Butterfly Project. This global project takes Holocaust education out of the textbook and brings it to life in a way that inspires students to fight bullying, Anti-Semitism, bigotry, and prejudice. Students participate in presentations by family members of Holocaust Survivors.  Jan and her Education […]

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TOOTRiS is solving a big problem that impacts just about every working parent in San Diego—and the rest of the country; availability of around-the-clock, affordable, high-quality child care. Our technology platform makes child care convenient and easier to manage around parents’ busy lives with on-demand scheduling, increased security, and filterable attributes—all housed within a modern, […]

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Help plan the future of transit in San Diego when you take the Elevate SD 2020 Vision Builder Challenge! The Vision Builder is an easy-to-use online tool for the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) to learn about your transportation priorities. The Vision Builder provides 17 different project concepts and a 1,000 coin budget where […]

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Renowned business and government leaders join Susan G. Komen San Diego’s Advisory Council, pledging their commitment to the organization’s mission to provide local breast health services and fill the gaps in breast cancer care in San Diego. The Advisory Council serves as a Komen Champion in the community, provides advice and vision to the Board […]

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