Smart regulations give businesses the rules of the road so they can operate, innovate, and invest with certainty. Regulatory overreach, on the other hand, stifles growth and innovation. Getting this balance right is essential to driving solutions that improve lives and fostering a vibrant and dynamic economy that creates opportunities for people.
- Why Fintech Needs the Right Regulation to Help Drive InnovationContactless payment and digital currencies are promising technologies that are expanding both in the United States and internationally.Learn More
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- Four Policies that Government Can Pursue to Advance Trustworthy AIIncluding improving access to government data, increasing access to shared computer resources, and more.Learn More
The U.S. Chamber works with governments at the state, federal, and global levels to create a regulatory environment in which businesses can innovate, compete, and thrive. From labor and finance to technology and energy regulations, we ensure the voice of business is represented in the rulemaking process. When rules are outdated, outmoded, or overreaching, we work to improve or eliminate them in the agencies, in Congress, or in the courts.
Business owners can use their voice to implement public policy that directly affects them.
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New U.S. Chamber of Commerce report shows public companies’ concern for policy risks has increased by 27% over the last decade
A Report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
U.S. Chamber statement in response to President Biden’s new Executive Order, "Modernizing Regulatory Review."
Considering the broad scope of substantive issues raised in the RFI, the IFA and its members urge the FTC to extend the comment period under the RFI for an additional 60 days.
The "Build America, Buy America" statute contains novel domestic sourcing and manufacturing rules for infrastructure projects and other programs that use IIJA funding.
100 business groups request a comment extension on the FTC's notice of proposed rulemaking potentially banning noncompete clauses in employment contracts.
Producers of goods ranging from broadband equipment to stone, sand, and gravel offer cautionary tales.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will fight in court to hold the FTC accountable to the rule of law.