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The U.S. Chamber advocates for policies that foster business growth and innovation. Recognizing that meaningful, long-lasting policy requires buy-in from both sides of the aisle, we collaborate with lawmakers to advance bipartisan solutions. We also work across the three branches of government to enact smart regulation, a competitive tax code, a rational legal environment, a robust trade agenda, and investment in the future.
- InternationalCEO Summit of the AmericasWednesday, June 08 - Thursday, June 0908:00 AM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT
- InternationalUSIBC 2022 Technology Summit - Innovation Fueled ProsperityTuesday, June 21 - Thursday, June 2312:00 AM EDT - 12:00 AM EDT
- InternationalU.S. Chamber of Commerce Delegation to Israel's Cyber WeekSunday, June 26 - Thursday, June 3012:00 AM EDT - 12:00 AM EDT
- Feb 28, 2017U.S. Chamber Praises Executive Order on Water Rule
Business Community Pleased to See “Federal Land Grab” Reconsidered
- Feb 13, 2017Hill Letter to Rep. Sinema Supporting the Regulatory Improvement Act
Dear Representative Sinema:
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce applauds you and the original cosponsors of H.R. 978, the “Regulatory Improvement Act,” for your leadership on regulatory reform issues. Moreover, we salute your collective efforts to ensure that regulatory reform is a bipartisan effort.
- Feb 10, 2017Request for Extension of Comments to EPA on Proposed CERCLA Financial Responsibility Requirements for Hardrock Mining Industry Facilities
VIA ELECTRONIC FILING
RE: Request for 120-Day Extension of Comment Period Relating to Proposed “Financial Responsibility Requirements Under CERCLA § 108(b) for Classes of Facilities in the Hardrock Mining Industry,” 82 Fed. Reg. 3,388 (Jan. 11, 2017); Docket No. EPA-HQ-SFUND-2015-0781; RIN 2050-AG61.
Dear Ms. McCabe, Mr. Minoli and Mr. Benton:
- Feb 06, 2017Multi-Association Letter to Senate Supporting the Regulatory Accountability Act
Dear Majority Leader McConnell and Democratic Leader Schumer:
- Feb 01, 2017U.S. Chamber Coalition Letter on Blacklisting Rule
This multi-association letter supporting H.J. Res. 37, a resolution of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act to invalidate the Federal Acquisition Council regulations implementing the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order (EO) 13673, was sent to all Members of the United States Congress.
- Jan 18, 2017Hill Letter to Sen. Grassley and Rep. Collins Supporting Introduction of the Sunshine for Regulatory Decrees and Settlements Act (Sue and Settle)
Dear Senator Grassley and Representative Collins:
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce supports H.R. 469 and S. 119, the “Sunshine for Regulatory Decrees and Settlements Act” and thanks you for introducing this important legislation. The Sunshine for Regulatory Decrees and Settlements Act would help address the abusive “sue and settle” process that allows special interest groups to use lawsuit settlements to take effective control of an agency’s agenda and regulatory priorities.
- Jan 06, 2017Key Vote Letter to House Supporting H.R. 5, the Regulatory Accountability Act
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce strongly supports H.R. 5, which includes the Regulatory Accountability Act, and may consider including votes on, or in relation to, H.R. 5 in our annual How They Voted scorecard.
The Chamber commends the House for acting on regulatory reform legislation so early in the 115th session, and for bringing H.R 5, which also includes important provisions related to small businesses, to the floor.
- Jan 02, 2017Resolutions for a Historic New Year
A new year is a time for a fresh start, and Washington will have exactly that when the new administration and Congress take office.