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The San Francisco Partnership and the Committee on Jobs, two of the city's most influential business advocacy groups, may join forces to give business interests more clout in a chillier political climate.
Several board members from the two groups are in merger talks, said Nathan Nayman, executive director of the Committee on Jobs. The groups have two clear motives for the discussions, he said.
"One is to be sure that large employers both speak and are represented with one voice. The other one is ... CEOs' time is very limited and it's difficult to make the commitment, both in time and finances, to both organizations," Nayman said.
Nayman also pointed to the current economic climate, and the threat of a Board of Supervisors …