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Small Business Action Committee

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Small Business Action Committee
The Small Business Action Committee (SBAC) is a California organization which, according to its website, is focused on fighting for small business interests. The SBAC focuses on issues of workers compensation reform, taxes, regulatory harassment, tort reform and health care; which they believe burden small businesses making it difficult to stay in business.[1] They say, "SBAC plans to attack problems of regulations on small business growth; and the organization is committed to an advocacy campaign to convince policymakers the importance of a healthy business environment."[2]


The SBAD is governed by a Board of Directors.[3]

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In the 2012 election year, the Political Action Committee (PAC) associated with SBAC has donated money to:

In addition to giving donations to other campaign committees, the SBAC PAC has also made independent expenditures in favor of Proposition 32.

As of October 27, 2012, the SBAC PAC has received $42,457,452 in 2012 donations. The chart below shows all 2012 donations to the committee of $20,000 or more.

Donor Amount
Charles Munger, Jr. $28,987,452
Americans for Responsible Leadership $11,000,000
William Oberndorf $1,000,000
John Scully $500,000
The New Majority PAC $350,000
John Murray Pasquesi $300,000
T. Boone Pickens $100,000
Craig McCaw $75,000
Jeffrey Ubben $50,000
Robert Rodriguez $25,000
Thomas McKernan $25,000
Sandra Boyce $20,000


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