Chamber on the Record: Focus on the Facts
We created Chamber on the Record to ensure the facts about our organization, and the positions our members care about, prevail.
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For over a century, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has taken a stand to be the voice of American businesses in Washington, across our nation, and around the world. Our members and the 30 million small and large businesses across America have relied on us to speak clearly on the issues and the importance of the free enterprise system.
We will not find durable solutions in a bill that's more than twice the combined budgets of all 50 states.
We're working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through policies that are realistic, durable, and reinforce U.S. competitiveness.
Members of Congress were rewarded for enactment of USMCA and pandemic relief.
Raising taxes on businesses will make it less attractive for them to invest in the U.S.
Ensuring all Americans have a voice in the political process is fundamental to our nation.
It is far too important to become another partisan issue in our polarized political system.
The civil rights organization says H.R.1/S.1 would "unconstitutionally burden the speech" of Americans.
Advocating for free enterprise has been the Chamber's mission, and our mission will not waiver.
The ideas and policies Members of Congress support are what matter, not their party designation. And we are watching.
The ability of Americans to exercise their right to vote and to be able to trust in elections is fundamental to who we are as a nation.