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Kilgore, Longview, and Tyler Joint Policy Statements

This document contains the joint policy statements for the Kilgore Chamber of Commerce, Longview Chamber of Commerce, and Tyler Chamber of Commerce on the topics of water, transportation, air quality, and energy. See also the 2015 Legislative Agenda for the Longview Chamber of Commerce.

Organization: Longview Chamber of Commerce

Legislative Agenda 2015 - Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce

The Upstate Chamber Coalition's legislative agenda focuses on four items: repair our aging infrastructure; educate the workforce; promote entrepreneurship; and ensure good governance. The Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce is one of the chambers that makes up the Upstate Chamber Coalition.

Organization: Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce

Greater Des Moines Partnership 2015 DC Fly-in Agenda

Des Moines DC Fly-in Event Schedule

Organization: Greater Des Moines Partnership

Missouri State Chamber Legislative Agenda 2016

Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry 2016 Legislative Agenda

Organization: Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce 2016 Legislative Agenda

Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce 2016 Legislative Agenda

Organization: Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce

2015 Legislative Priorities Agenda Card - Greater Louisville Inc.

In politics you’re either at the table or you’re on the menu. It was with this in mind that Greater Louisville Inc. decided to invest heavily in a reinvigorated advocacy program in fall of 2014. GLI redefined its legislative agenda to focus on short, specific priorities rather than a broad-based platform of general ideas. GLI led this effort by refocusing its Issue Advisory Committees -- recruiting new chairs and filling rosters with small, diverse groups of business leaders ready to engage. GLI encouraged its Public Policy Council to pick a few achievable, specific priorities that would transform the business environment. Priorities were presented at an Elected Officials Appreciation Dinner in November 2014, attended by more than 40 elected officials and more than 200 business leaders. Replacing a 30-page legislative platform was a multi-modal campaign that included a bi-fold of eight priorities and a business card, similar to a hotel key, with the priorities printed on one side. Both included a QR code to the full platform and a link to the revamped advocacy website. This new approach represented a redefined advocacy campaign for the 21st century.

Organization: Greater Louisville Inc.

2015 Legislative Priorities Bi-fold - Greater Louisville Inc.

In politics you’re either at the table or you’re on the menu. It was with this in mind that Greater Louisville Inc. decided to invest heavily in a reinvigorated advocacy program in fall of 2014. GLI redefined its legislative agenda to focus on short, specific priorities rather than a broad-based platform of general ideas. GLI led this effort by refocusing its Issue Advisory Committees -- recruiting new chairs and filling rosters with small, diverse groups of business leaders ready to engage. GLI encouraged its Public Policy Council to pick a few achievable, specific priorities that would transform the business environment. Priorities were presented at an Elected Officials Appreciation Dinner in November 2014, attended by more than 40 elected officials and more than 200 business leaders. Replacing a 30-page legislative platform was a multi-modal campaign that included a bi-fold of eight priorities and a business card, similar to a hotel key, with the priorities printed on one side. Both included a QR code to the full platform and a link to the revamped advocacy website. This new approach represented a redefined advocacy campaign for the 21st century.

Organization: Greater Louisville Inc.

2015 Public Policy Platform - Greater Louisville Inc.

In politics you’re either at the table or you’re on the menu. It was with this in mind that Greater Louisville Inc. decided to invest heavily in a reinvigorated advocacy program in fall of 2014. GLI redefined its legislative agenda to focus on short, specific priorities rather than a broad-based platform of general ideas. GLI led this effort by refocusing its Issue Advisory Committees -- recruiting new chairs and filling rosters with small, diverse groups of business leaders ready to engage. GLI encouraged its Public Policy Council to pick a few achievable, specific priorities that would transform the business environment. Priorities were presented at an Elected Officials Appreciation Dinner in November 2014, attended by more than 40 elected officials and more than 200 business leaders. Replacing a 30-page legislative platform was a multi-modal campaign that included a bi-fold of eight priorities and a business card, similar to a hotel key, with the priorities printed on one side. Both included a QR code to the full platform and a link to the revamped advocacy website. This new approach represented a redefined advocacy campaign for the 21st century.

Organization: Greater Louisville Inc.

2015 Legislative Agenda - Southwest Indiana Chamber

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In 2014, the Southwest Indiana Chamber launched an aggressive rebrand campaign to position the nearly century-old organization as modern, progressive, and a resource for businesses just as relevant in 2014 as it was when founded in 1915. As the “new” Chamber brand identity emerged, our attention shifted to effectively communicating with members on each of our five focus areas, which include advocacy and public policy. Like in many communities, advocacy initiatives were strongly supported by a solid, loyal group of volunteers and members, but not always viewed as a source of great excitement and interest by our broader membership base.

See also 2015 Indiana General Assembly Priorities, CoY 2016 Synopsis 1 - Southwest Indiana Chamber

Organization: Southwest Indiana Chamber

Religious Freedom Restoration Act Position Statement - Charlotte Chamber of Commerce

This document contains the Charlotte Chamber’s position statement regarding religious freedom.

Organization: Charlotte Chamber of Commerce


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