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When California enacts more than a dozen new labor laws at the start of 2018 — adding even more heft to the state’s 1,039-page labor law digest — legislators and advocates will applaud “progress.” But it’s left me wondering whether a different kind of progress, of the economic variety, is still possible in this state.

Source: Tom Manzo of California Business & Industrial Alliance: New labor laws crush state’s innovative spirit – Silicon Valley Business Journal