The California Chamber of Commerce recently released its annual list of job-killer bills to call attention to the negative impact that 21 proposed measures would have on California’s job climate and economic recovery if they were to become law. Back in January, the chamber took the unusual step of releasing a preliminary list of four job-killer bills. Since then, it has periodically identified additional bills as job-killers. Last year, the chamber identified 24 job-killer bills; five were sent to Governor Jerry Brown, who signed four and vetoed one. The 2017 list of employment related job-killer bills includes a new leave mandates, a scheduling mandate and other bills that will increase labor costs.