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.
Dear Chairman Smith and Ranking Member Johnson: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce supports the “Honest and Open New EPA Science Treatment (HONEST) Act of 2017” and the “EPA Science Advisory Board Reform Act of 2017.” These bills would improve the transparency and reliability of scientific and technical information that Federal agencies rely heavily upon to support new regulatory actions.
This comment letter was sent to the Department of Health and Human Services regarding the proposed rule on market stabilization. March 7, 2017 Submitted Electronically Via Federal Rulemaking Portal: www.regulations.gov Attention: CMS-9929-PCenters for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesDepartment of Health and Human ServicesRoom 445-GHubert H. Humphrey Building200 Independence Avenue, S.W.Washington, DC 20201
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES SENATE: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce supports H.J. Res. 44, which would repeal the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning 2.0 rule, and will consider including votes related to it in our 2017 How They Voted scorecard.
This comment letter was sent to Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price regarding the 2018 Medicare Advantage payments in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) Advance Notice of Methodological Changes for Calendar Year 2018 for Medicare Advantage Capitation Rates, Part C and Part D Payment Policies and the 2018 Call Letter. Dear Secretary Price:
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Dear Representative Walberg: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce applauds you, as the original sponsor of H.R. 1004, the “Regulatory Integrity Act of 2017,” for your leadership on regulatory reform issues. The Regulatory Integrity Act would prevent federal agencies from improperly lobbying the public to support regulatory actions designed to expand the scope of an agency’s own authority. Agencies must be transparent, accountable, and fair in their regulatory actions.
Dear Senators Blunt and King: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce applauds you and the original cosponsors of 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.
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