Assembly bill aimed at business-owning veterans with disabilities


By Gina Ender

Assemblyman Dante Acosta introduced a bill Thursday to aid veterans with disabilities who own businesses in California.
These specific type of businesses currently have a cap of $250,000 when competing in streamlined bidding for contracts against larger businesses, but Assembly Bill 632 would raise the cap to $500,000.
“Disabled veterans have given selflessly to our country and community,” Acosta said in a statement. “It’s only right we allow them greater freedom to compete with big corporations for contracts that will enable their businesses to succeed.”
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