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Biz group names Huber ‘Legislator of the Year’

ALYSON HUBER'S work in the California Assembly has impressed a state business association. Photo by Robert Durell
ALYSON HUBER'S work in the California Assembly has impressed a state business association. Photo by Robert Durell

ALYSON HUBER'S work in the California Assembly has impressed a state business association. Photo by Robert Durell

SACRAMENTO — Assemblymember Alyson Huber’s staff announced she has been named the ”Assembly Legislator of the Year” for 2010 by the California Small Business Association and the California Small Business Roundtable.

“Assemblymember Alyson Huber has been a great advocate for small business. During her first term in office Alyson has followed through on her promises to fight for small businesses and is a committed activist for the issues that matter most to our associations members,” said Betty Jo Toccoli, president of the California Small Business Association. ”We look forward to continuing to work with her in the pursuit of improved economic development and job creation in her district and throughout the state.”

CSBA cited Huber’s work on the Joint Legislative Audit Committee to approve an audit of the Department of General Services treatment of small businesses, as well as legislation authored by Huber to create a sunset review process in California to streamline government, as two examples of her work to assist small businesses. Huber was also named to CSBAs honor roll earlier this year and worked with the association to hold a small business advisory council meeting in the district.

The California Small Business Roundtable is a unique collection of forty of the most recognized, powerful and connected small business owners in California.

The California Small Business Association represents over 203,000 California small business owners. CSBA is a grass-roots, non-partisan, small business advocacy organization. The mission of the association is to provide a voice for small businesses and stimulate the creation of jobs and the economy of California.

For more information visit www.asm.ca.gov/huber.

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