The Policy Group is comprised of several major policy divisions within the Chamber including the Cyber, Intelligence, and 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 Policy Division works closely with Congressional and Public Affairs and Political Affairs and Federation Relations.
- Apr 27, 2022Hill Letter on H.R. 7552, the "Golden-preneurship Act"
This Hill letter was sent to Representatives Young Kim, Jason Crow, Dean Phillips, and Elise Stefanik, thanking them for sponsoring and cosponsoring H.R. 7552, the "Golden-preneurship Act."
- Apr 27, 2022U.S. Chamber Letter on a Hearing on Cattle Market Practices
This Hill letter was sent to Members of the House Committee on Agriculture on the hearing “An Examination of Price Discrepancies, Transparency, and Alleged Unfair Practices in Cattle Markets.”
- Apr 26, 2022U.S. Chamber, Business Groups Support Finalization of Transatlantic Privacy Framework
The groups commended efforts to finalize a framework to reestablish the U.S.-EU Privacy Shield.
- Apr 26, 2022Beyond Belief
Does Current Law Require “Card-Check” Union Recognition?
- Apr 26, 2022Small Business Bill of Rights
The Small Business Bill of Rights summarize the basic rights of business owners in America—and represent policies the U.S. Chamber supports and fights for every day.
- Apr 21, 2022Combating Inflation: Making the Case that Businesses Are Not to Blame for Inflation
Efforts by policymakers and the administration to blame businesses for inflation ignores all evidence to the contrary. Policymakers should be focused on solutions such as easing regulations, reducing tariffs, and increasing domestic energy production.
- Apr 20, 2022U.S. Chamber Letter on Delaying Consideration of Alvaro Bedoya to the FTC
This Hill letter was sent to Members of the United States Senate on delaying the consideration of the nomination of Alvaro Bedoya to the FTC.
- Apr 18, 2022U.S. Chamber Comments on the WHO Pandemic Instrument
- Apr 14, 2022NLRB General Counsel Seeks to Limit Free Speech
The General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board recently issued a memorandum, announcing that she will ask the Board to find that meetings at which employers express their views on union organizing are a violation of the National Labor Relations Act. Here’s why this could impede on free speech.