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In New Orleans, Entrepreneurship Paves the Path to Change

New Orleans has indeed changed. There's an energy to the city that's palpable. Something special is going on, like New Orleans has found some secret that it's getting ready to share.

FTC's Wright on Internet of Things: Hard Analysis Needed Before Regulation

Commissioner says decisions should be based on evidence, not anecdotes; he outlines five basic principles for rule-making.

Michigan Manufacturer Finds Jobs, Growth with Reach of Exports

The leading manufacturer and supplier started exporting its American-made products in 2010. Now the company exports to more than 60 countries, including Australia, Canada, Chile, Mexico, New Zealand and Peru.

Video: Commerce Secretary Pritzker Talks Trade

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, who took part in the Chamber's recent 2015 Global Supply Chain Summit, sat down before the event to discuss the importance of trade.

WOTUS Update: If It’s a Holiday, It Must Be a Regulatory Surprise!

In typical Washington style, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to release its final rule on Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) definition on the Friday afternoon of Memorial Day weekend.

A Hat Tip to David Letterman – and the Top Ten Reasons for TPA

Before Dave signs off and gives his final Top 10 list, we decided this is a good time to remind lawmakers of the Top 10 reasons to approve Trade Promotion Authority (TPA).

What EPA Did to Sell Its Water Rule Might Have Skirted the Law

The agency used a social media campaign to help drum up 1.8 million favorable public comments on its proposed rule.

When Being COOL Costs Jobs: Retaliation by Canada & Mexico Puts U.S. Workers at Risk

U.S. Chamber is calling on Congress to repeal the Country of Origin Labeling rule for meat now.