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California lawmakers bring back franchise relations bill

Revised version aims to give franchisee more protection against abuse

California lawmakers have reintroduced legislation designed to protect franchise operators from what some describe as predatory practices by franchisors.

Assembly bill 525, introduced April 6, is a modified version of Senate Bill 610, which was approved by state lawmakers in August 2014 but was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown. The bill attempted to redefine the conditions for termination,

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