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Doctor with patient

$36,500 per employee could come out of the company pockets.

Jennifer Pierotti Lim
Tax Day Tax Reform

Did you get your taxes done? Check. Did Congress make it any simpler? Nope.

J.D. Harrison
Kevin Brady Tax Reform

House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady says he hopes to release a blueprint for meaningful tax reform sometime in June.

J.D. Harrison

There are many good reasons why the U.S. needs to move forward with pro-growth reforms. Here's another one.

U.S. Chamber Staff
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Kentucky Derby Promo

Here in Washington, a lot will happen between "they're off" and "___ wins the 142nd Kentucky Derby."

J.D. Harrison

The current administration has paid lip service to the importance of growth only to pursue policies with other purposes.

J.D. Foster

The U.S. government is built on a system of checks and balances.

Thomas J. Donohue
Henry Brick

America's small businesses aren’t wanting for challenges. So why on earth is the agency hell-bent on making their jobs ever harder?

J.D. Harrison
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The engine of economic growth, jobs and innovation depends on it.

Carlos Gutierrez
Energy Policy

Under your watch, we have to find ways to improve all sources of energy, and to make each of them more efficient and cost effective.

Social Security checks are printed in Philadelphia, PA.

Election years are the best of times, and the worst of times, for reasoned major policy discussions.

Brian Higginbotham

That is the path to a more resilient, vibrant and competitive country.

Robert J. Denson
Dr. Anne M. Kress
Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón
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Gov. Tom Ridge

Our economy is on shaky footing, while our national security could be much stronger. Here's how to start tackling both challenges.

J.D. Harrison
Election 2016

“It's a shame, because there’s no question this election will have a major impact on the technology sector," one expert says.

J.D. Harrison

Chamber President and CEO Donohue: Our future is bright — "if we pursue the right priorities and policies."

U.S. Chamber Staff

As 2015 draws to a close, members of Congress found common ground on some key issues.

J.D. Harrison
Sean Hackbarth
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Former Sec. of State Madeleine Albright (left) and former Sec. of Defense Bill Cohen at the China Business Conference.

The mood at the 7th Annual China Busienss Conference was one of concern.

U.S. Chamber Staff

The Hoosier state is succeeding in several ways as businesses seize the opportunities.

John G. Murphy
Trade Explainer

It's an issue that sparks passionate debates and raises legitimate concerns. Here's what you need to know.

J.D. Harrison
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Instruments used to perform bariatric surgery.

Step into hospital or clinic, and you’re surrounded by objects that come from oil and natural gas.

Sean Hackbarth
City blackout

Abandoning fossil fuels would leave billions of people trapped in the cold and dark, living shorter, more-miserable lives.

Sean Hackbarth
European Union and United States flags.

Editor's note: This op-ed was first published last week, before Hannover Messe, in

Thomas J. Donohue

The relationship rests on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), digital data flows and cooperation, and energy.

Eric Nelson
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