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California supplement AER bill

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

SB 779, which would require quarterly supplement AE reporting and charge fees to manufacturers for implementation, was held in the Assembly Committee and will not be revisited until 2004 legislative session. Bill faced opposition from CHPA, AHPA, NNFA, several firms due to its lack of specifics regarding AE info required, allocation of fees. Sponsored by Jackie Speier (D), bill passed Senate June 2 (1"The Tan Sheet" June 30, 2003, In Brief)...

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