CALA Chair David Houston's letter-to-the-editor "Legal Reforms would Spur California Businesses" was published in the Los Angeles Times. Here is what David had to say:
"If Assemblyman Jose Solorio (D-Santa Ana) really wants to keep businesses in California, he and his fellow legislators need to put their efforts into improving California's business climate, not into producing an ad campaign. Thousands of Californians have lost their jobs in the last year and a recent poll by California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse shows voters are now making the connection that unwarranted lawsuits are costing jobs. Pass legal reforms.
"Pass legal reforms. This will do more to keep California businesses in our state than any glitzy ad campaign."