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VAN NUYS, CA: Adrian Galysh, candidate for California State Senate, district 20 (San Fernando Valley), responds to Senator Alex Padilla’s “Food Safety” law that will require food handlers to pay licensing and training fees, “While this bill may bring in millions of dollars of “easy money” for the government, it is taking money out of the pockets of 1.4 million hard working Californians that need it the most. Alex Padilla’s priorities are counterproductive. He’s not addressing California’s huge budget deficit that the Federal government may not cover, and the flood of businesses and desperately needed jobs that are leaving the state.”
Galysh adds, “More importantly, who do you trust to make sure the food you purchase at a restaurant is prepared safely? The restaurant that wants your continued business or the politicians in Sacramento, who have racked up a $600 billion debt, and were 100 days late in passing the state budget?”
Galyshʼs candidacy is his response to Californiaʼs ever growing government, which is driving away businesses with high taxes, and becoming a burden to its citizens with increased sales taxes, annual vehicle license fees, ineffective licensing schemes, state income taxes, and gross overspending.
For more information about Adrian Galysh’s campaign, please visit: www.ElectAdrianGalysh.com