U.S. Chamber Blog
Dave Gardner decided he could no longer afford to remain silent about the state of the nation’s infrastructure system – so he took his case to Capitol Hill.
Cost-benefit analysis may be a requirement under presidential executive orders, but federal agencies don’t always live up to it.
The commission voted to reclassify Internet access as a telecommunications service and impose net neutrality regulations.
The State Senate passed a bill ending forced unionization. The bill is expected to pass the State Assembly and be signed by Gov. Scott Walker.
Thursday’s signing of the Cooperation Agreement between the United States and the East African Community (EAC) – a regional bloc comprised of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi – is a major relationship milestone.
Even though secession by these towns is unlikely, it reminds us how valuable embracing America’s energy abundance can be.
The administration’s “more study is needed” excuse is such a farce that reporters laughed at White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest when he used it.
The calls to renew the charter of the Export-Import Bank of the United States are being amplified this week to Congress – by nearly 1,000 small companies and suppliers who feel its impact firsthand.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) updated its guidance and examination procedures used to assess banks’ consumer credit products, changes that will immediately affect consumers -- and not for the better.