Experts Discuss 2023 Challenges and Opportunities
Calling on the New Congress
Calling on Congress: Fix America’s Broken Immigration System
Our elected representatives in D.C. simply cannot let another Congress go by without addressing our nation’s broken immigration system and securing our southern border.
By Jon Baselice
Spotlight On: Small Business
Growing Our Economy Via Trade
Moving Toward a More Prosperous U.S.-Japan Relationship
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s upcoming visit to Washington offers the U.S. and Japan the opportunity to tighten economic alliances and assume a more proactive role in the Indo-Pacific and around the world.
By Charles Freeman
Chamber OnDemand Highlights: Moving Businesses Forward
Deep Dives on Workforce Data
- Americans Deserve a Transparent and Accountable FTCThe Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) recent actions are alarming and pose a serious threat to our economy.
- America Works InitiativeWe are calling on elected officials and the federal and state level to take immediate action to help address this national economic crisis.
- Equality of Opportunity InitiativeThe EOI agenda advances real solutions through private sector initiatives, and policy advocacy at the federal, state, and local levels.
- Antitrust Laws: Promoting Competition and Free MarketsCritically important but commonly misunderstood, antitrust laws are meant to promote competition and protect consumers. Here’s everything you need to know.
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For the first time, a USMCA labor complaint has been levied against the same facility twice.
If Congress doesn’t increase the debt limit the government would be unable to pay its bills resulting in a first-ever default, which would be catastrophic for the U.S. economy.
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Updates and announcements leading up to the 2023 conference
The FTC claims its proposed ban on non-competes would yield a $300 billion surplus to employees’ wages. But did the agency check its math? The Chamber’s Chief Economist Curtis Dubay takes a hard look at the numbers
Congress must take action on a national data privacy standard before a patchwork of state privacy laws erodes small business competition and innovation.
It's hard to reconcile Chair Lina Khan's words with the FTC's actions. Congress and the courts will have to provide a course correction.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s union membership report for 2022 showed that union membership as a percentage of the workforce declined to 10.1%, the lowest on record.