The Strategic Advocacy division is comprised of several major policy divisions within the Chamber including theCyber, Space, and National Security Division; Economic Policy Division; Employment Policy Division; and Small Business Policy Division. Environmental Affairs and Sustainability, Health Policy, and Transportation and Infrastructure Policy are also under the umbrella of the Policy Group.
The division works closely with the Chamber's Congressional and Public Affairs and Political Affairs and Federation Relations divisions.
California’s Fast Food Accountability and Standards Recovery Act (FAST Recovery Act or AB 257) would make it much harder and more expensive for restaurant owners to operate. Gov. Gavin Newsom should veto this destructive legislation.
Here’s what businesses need to know about the American aviation industry in advance of the Chamber’s Global Aerospace Summit in September 2022.
Schneider Electric's Christophe Blassiau shares his cybersecurity takeaways for the business community from his visit to Tel Aviv for Israel Cyber Week 2022 in June.
A great deal of attention has recently focused on the so-called “revitalization” of unions, however, this would not be the first time the media has overplayed an uptick in organizing.
The owners of the Boston wine store used their $25,000 Dream Big cash prize to start a new company that expands on their mission to make the wine industry more accessible to all.
Here’s what businesses need to know about the space industry in advance of the U.S. Chamber’s Global Aerospace Summit in September 2022.
This Hill letter was sent to Members of the United States Congress opposing H.R. 8573 / S. 4676, the “Net Neutrality and Broadband Justice Act.” This letter places the bill on the Legislative Leadership list for credit to Members who do not cosponsor.
USMCA has shifted into fifth gear as it races to address the fifth Rapid Response Labor Mechanism (RRLM) case.
After hearing concerns about the broad scope of the Ban on Non-Compete Agreement Act of 2020, multiple amendments to the legislation were introduced. Here's what this means for D.C. employers.