What if you had to hire as an employee a guy who spent two hours in the studio laying down tracks for your new album? For some small arts businesses, it can cost upwards of $10,000 to comply with a new law meant to build workplace security, but which could decimate the music and news industry in California. Already journalists are being blacklisted because they are from the state. Find out what’s being done about it from two advocates, Randy Dotiga from the American Association of Journaists and Authors, and Brandon Rawson, Executive Director of San Jose Jazz.
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