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Op EdOct 29, 2020 - 9:30am

NASA’s Artemis program must lead us back to the moon

Great nations and their leaders seek a claim upon history. Whatever the outcome of the coming election, the president will be given the awesome responsibility to send Americans back into deep space. And this time, to stay.

Op EdOct 09, 2020 - 9:30am

Prop. 208 fundamentally threatens Arizona’s small business recovery

Arizona, like the nation as a whole, is experiencing an uneven recovery from the initial economic impacts of the pandemic. What that means is that some sectors of the economy have rebounded sharply, while others remain in freefall.

Op EdAug 31, 2020 - 3:30pm

Child care has always been essential to our economy — let's start treating it that way

U.S. Chamber President Suzanne Clark joined Rep. Katherine Clark and Sen. Lisa Murkowski in penning an op-ed in The Hill on the crucial role childcare plays in the nation's economy.

Op EdAug 28, 2020 - 9:00am

A half century later, let's finally deliver on the promise of the March on Washington

On the Chamber's work on diversity and inequality of opportunity: 'The U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently endorsed — and thus will score members of Congress on — a package of bipartisan bills that propose tangible solutions to start addressing injustices...and effort to advance business solutions and policy recommendations to bridge opportunity gaps'.

Op EdAug 27, 2020 - 3:15pm

The future of work is now

The future of work is now and the problem we are solving is not adapting to new technologies, but adapting to the dynamism of the economy, which will only accelerate.

Op EdAug 27, 2020 - 2:00pm

‘We can’t fall behind on trade:’ Trump must strike a deal with Japan now, says US Chamber CEO

We need to write the rules of global trade, or they will be written for us in ways that won’t favor the U.S

Op EdAug 07, 2020 - 10:00am

KIM: Our Economy Can’t Wait. Congress Must Pass The SAFE TO WORK Act

The SAFE TO WORK Act would also protect our frontline health care workers and facilities from excessive litigation. These men and women have put their own lives at risk over the past few months fighting the virus on long shifts with little sleep; the least Congress can do is make sure they don’t need to worry about getting sued too.

Op EdJul 28, 2020 - 11:15am

Don't Divorce Antitrust Law from Economic Reality

Neil Bradley writes about Antitrust in Real Clear Policy., "...CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google will appear at a high-profile antitrust hearing where they are likely to face questions about whether our nation’s antitrust laws apply to their innovative high-tech businesses. And soon the House Subcommittee on Antitrust is expected to produce a seminal report that will delve deeper into these issues."

Op EdJul 27, 2020 - 11:15am

Boost Unemployment Insurance the Right Way

Despite recent signs of growth, more than 17 million Americans remain unemployed, and how to compensate them has become a contentious political issue.