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Congress seized a historic moment to embrace progress and foster collaboration to restore confidence in our nation’s fiscal health and safeguard future generations.
Industry professionals surveyed say that local permitting and zoning regulations are a key barrier in converting office space to other real estate uses.
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- The Future of Office Space May Be Tied Up in Red TapeA U.S. Chamber survey of commercial real estate experts shows local zoning and permitting regulations often get in the way of converting empty office space into residential units.
- Corporate Greed Is Not the Cause of Inflation; Here’s WhyDespite the many articles decrying corporate “greedflation,” there is nothing more going on than the simple facts of the economy.
- Understanding America’s Labor Shortage: The Most Impacted StatesEvery 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.
Highlighting the Serious Impact of Criminal Organizations on American Business and Society
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The U.S. defaulting on its debt would be catastrophic for the economy. That’s why the Chamber has been fighting for months to get a debt limit deal done.
This letter was sent to the White House, on a proposal to use the 14th Amendment to issue new debt over and above the debt limit.
Following today’s debt limit talks at the White House between the President and Congressional leadership, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer Neil Bradley issued a statement.
Despite the many articles decrying corporate “greedflation,” there is nothing more going on than the simple facts of the economy.
Today, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer Neil Bradley released a statement regarding the President’s meeting with Congressional leaders on the debt limit.
U.S. Chamber statement regarding current debt ceiling negotiations.
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