Here the latest on CABPRO’s “Business Advocate of the Year” Dan Logue from the state capitol, shining a light on his leadership skills:
“Assemblyman Dan Logue was rebuked (yesterday) in the Assembly for angrily tossing 800 pages of state regulations onto the floor during debate on a bill to bolster renewable energy requirements,” according to the Sacramento Bee.
“Before littering the floor, the Linda Republican said businesses are so overregulated that many are leaving California. Increasing renewable energy requirements would make matters worse, Logue said.
“Logue tossed the papers onto the Assembly floor and said, ‘This is what you’ve done to the state of California.’
“Immediately, Logue’s comments were disrupted by Assembly Majority Leader Charles Calderon, D-Whittier.
“The request was to use materials on the floor — not to throw them all over the floor,” said Assembly Majority Leader Charles Calderon, D-Whittier.
The Assembly passed the bill, SBx1 2, and sent it to Gov. Jerry Brown.”
The rest of the article is here.