America’s prosperity, global competitiveness, and quality of life depend on modern infrastructure. We need a durable strategy to modernize roads, bridges, transit, rail, water, energy, and modern access to broadband. Addressing these critical needs without raising taxes on business will create millions of jobs and make our communities safer.
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- US Chamber's 25-Year Timeline to an Infrastructure DealSince the start of the year, the U.S. Chamber has engaged in a nine-month blitz of advocacy, advertising, and grass roots organizing to urge the passage of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
- Infrastructure Passes: Five Big Wins for Our EconomyPassage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will rebuild America and turbocharge economic growth.
- How Infrastructure Impacts BusinessInvesting in America’s infrastructure is critical to staying competitive globally. Here's a guide for businesses to the current state of infrastructure in the U.S.
The infrastructure bill makes a record investment in our nation’s infrastructure, but despite its popularity, many still have questions about what exactly is in the legislation Congress passed and sent to the President’s desk. Here, we share the facts and debunk the fallacies about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
For nearly 25 years, the U.S. Chamber has advocated for investment in our crumbling infrastructure system. We have brought together business and labor, Democrats and Republicans, and companies of every industry to move forward this urgent and overdue national priority. We will continue to work with partners in business and government to make the investment, find the workers, and get projects moving. There may be no better way to secure our nation’s long-term competitiveness.
Demand for cleaner energy sources continues to grow and innovation is needed to support it. Red tape, lengthy approvals, and inefficiencies need to be removed.
- Oct 26, 2021Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Give States Greater ARP Funds Flexibility This is a bipartisan, commonsense bill that would be helpful in getting unspent COVID funds to much-needed infrastructure projects.
- Oct 04, 2021Chamber’s Position is Clear: We Support Stand-Alone Enactment of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill and Oppose the Harmful Reconciliation Bill We will continue to fight to delink the two bills.
- Oct 04, 2021U.S. Chamber Supports Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill and Opposes Reconciliation WASHINGTON, D.C. - An Axios story earlier this evening incorrectly stated the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s position on the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
- Oct 01, 2021U.S. Chamber Statement on House Failure to Vote on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill U.S. Chamber Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer Neil Bradley issued the following statement today after the U.S. House of Representatives failed to vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill:
- Sep 30, 2021U.S. Chamber Key Vote Letter on H.R. 3684, "Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act" This Key Vote Alert! letter was sent to the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, supporting H.R. 3684, the "Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act."
- Sep 29, 2021What’s at Stake if the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Fails Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will rebuild America and turbocharge economic growth.
- Sep 22, 2021INFOGRAPHIC: Why We Need to Act Now To Rebuild America The House of Representatives passed legislation that will help rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure.
- Sep 22, 2021New Report Finds Construction Contractors Struggling to Find Workers, Materials The Q3 2021 U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index found that commercial construction contractors are seeing a slowdown.
- Sep 22, 2021U.S. Chamber Commercial Construction Index – Q3 2021 The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index (CCI) is a quarterly economic index designed to gauge the outlook for, and resulting confidence in, the commercial construction industry.
- Sep 22, 2021Commercial Construction Contractors Struggle to Find Workers, Materials As Recovery Stalls 92% report difficulty finding workers; of those, 42% have turned down work because of it