2017 is off to a busy start for the U.S. Chamber. From various activities on Capitol Hill to visiting Chambers across the country, there's never a dull moment. Read on to see the Chamber in action.
The Chamber kicked off the years with its annual State of American Business address. Tom Donohue's message illustrated the need for economic growth
under the Trump administration.
House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady outlined the annual outlook
for his committee in remarks at the Chamber.
Following the State of American Business address, the Chamber brought its followup #LetsGrow tour to Chicago
In an address at the Chamber, Senator Orrin Hatch spelled out his priorities
for the 115th Congress.
Steve Lutes showed Iraqi Ambassador Fareed Yasseen around the Chamber.
Jodi Hanson Bond, Florida Governor Rick Scott, and Panama Canal Railway Company President Thomas Kenna at the Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America and the Caribbean's (AACCLA) Outlook on the Americas Conference
During his visit to Washington, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe stopped at the Chamber for a roundtable conversation about his country's economic relationship with the U.S.
Senator John McCain, Tom Donohue, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi were among the group of Congressmen and women to meet with Prime Minister Abe at the Chamber.
Suzanne Clark with Author and Huffington Pos
t Co-Founder Arianna Huffington, who served as a featured speaker at the Health Means Business National Summit
Carol Hallett kicked off the 16th annual Aviation Summit
Ed Mortimer testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee about options for funding America's transportation system. Following his testimony, Mortimer penned a piece about America's D+ graded infrastructure
Scott Eisner met with Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo
during a business delegation trip to the West African nation.
"Meet the Press" Moderator Chuck Todd gave keynote remarks at the U.S. Chamber Litigation Center's 40th anniversary
The Chamber's Spirit of Enterprise Award
was given to 321 members of the second session of the 114th Congress. Among the recipients was House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy.
David Hirschmann addressed the 11th annual Capital Markets Summit
The Chamber welcomed Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi for a dinner in his honor.