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Urban Grape Wine Shop Expands to Washington, D.C.
Owners TJ and Hadley Douglas were named America's Top Small Business in 2021 and sit on the Chamber's Small Business Council. The expansion builds on their mission to make the wine industry more accessible.
By Lindsay Cates
In 2023, the Chamber shaped pro-business outcomes for the most immediate issues at hand while also advancing debates around the topics that will determine our nation’s competitiveness for years to come.
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Valentine's Day, a holiday for romantic gestures and excessive amounts of chocolate, doubles as a thriving economic phenomenon in the United States.
Workforce participation remains below pre-pandemic levels. We are missing 1.7 million Americans from the workforce compared to February of 2020.
American businesses are creating hundreds of thousands of jobs each month, yet a significant number of positions still remain unfilled, especially in the professional and business service sector.
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Every state is facing an unprecedented challenge finding workers to fill open jobs. Learn which states have been impacted the most by the nation’s worker shortage crisis.
With economic uncertainty and international competition, now is not the time for political interference from states that would jeopardize American free enterprise.
Small businesses in Las Vegas are stepping up to ensure Super Bowl LVIII goes off without a hitch for players, spectators, and fans across the nation.
FTC Commissioner Alvaro Bedoya has argued the agency should wade into the complex field of employee classification, but the FTC has no history or expertise on the issue.