December 3, 2022
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Jackson bill would require boards of companies to have women


More than 80 percent of the public companies in the Tri-Counties would automatically be in compliance with proposed legislation that would require California public companies to appoint at least one woman to their board of directors. Recent studies show that diversity on corporate boards yields higher dividends for shareholders, but the state still trails behind…


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