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Survey Says...Card Check is #1 Issue

ACCE Webmaster on Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at 4:52:01 pm

Results from the 2008 ACCE State Chamber Policy Survey are in and Card Check is the top concern for State Chambers of Commerce.  Among list of 40 policy priorities, 89% of survey respondents ranked Card Check as either a priority or active issue with over half describing Card Check as one of their top policy concerns.

Renewable energy portfolio mandates tied Card Check with 89% listing the issue as priority or active.  Roadblocks to new power plant construction and cost of health insurance were just behind, each with 84%.  Rounding out the top five was state fiscal responsibility with 74%.

To see full survey results click HERE to go to the Policy Survey Center at PolicyClearinghouse.org.

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