This document provides a summary of the Chamber’s top legislative priorities for 2013 and includes the outcomes and statuses of the bills.
The SC Statehouse Weekly Review for April 11, 2014 contains information on a variety of topics, including the budget, furlough time, and bills.
This document lays out the chamber's positions in the areas of employment relations, economic development, education, energy and environmental, health care, immigration, taxes and spending, tort reform, general business, and transportation. See also the joint policy statements for the Kilgore, Longview, and Tyler Chambers.
This document provides a summary of the Chamber’s legislative priorities for 2014 as well as the voting record of legislators on twelve different bills.
This booklet provides a detailed look at the Chamber’s legislative priorities for 2014 in the areas of economic development policy and initiatives; tax policy and initiatives; transportation priorities for commerce, economic development, and congestion mitigation; and education and workforce policy and initiatives.
This email informs stakeholders that the Tax Reimbursement Incentive passed the House of Representatives and details the next steps for the bill. The anticipated impact of the legislation is described and members are asked to send a letter or email of support.
This guide contains the chamber's 2014 business advocacy agenda, tips for communicating with elected officials, a directory of legislative officials for the region, and the New York State legislative session calendar.
This document explains the process of developing legislative position statements and lays out the chamber's positions in the areas of economic development, education, health care, infrastructure, labor and employment, taxation, and travel and tourism. It also includes joint policy statements from the seven largest chambers in Montana.
This document contains the 2013 federal, state and local public policy priorities recommended by the chamber's governmental affairs committee and approved by the board of directors. It also lists several issues to monitor for position recommendations.
This document briefly discusses the local, state and federal issues of primary importance to the chamber, as prepared by its Business Advocacy Council.