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U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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  • Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens American business sovereignty

    Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens American business sovereignty
    Recently, there was an article explaining why Guatemala can no longer exercise sovereignty over a business corporation. The decision as to whether or not a company will be able to mine for silver and gold below the surface of Guatemala will be made in...
  • Again, our thanks and new support for veterans

    Again, our thanks and new support for veterans
    The signs are promising that America is finally doing right by returning veterans. For too long, veterans seemed little more than a bumper-sticker slogan or political prop. But the tide appears to be turning. Real changes are happening. Businesses,...
  • GOP debates immigration strategy as Obama considers executive actions

    GOP debates immigration strategy as Obama considers executive actions
    Congressional Republicans have split into competing factions over how to respond to President Barack Obama's expected moves to change the nation's immigration system, which are likely to include protecting millions from being deported. The first,...
  • Modernizing Medicine co-founders get national leadership award

    Modernizing Medicine co-founders get national leadership award
    Modernizing Medicine co-founders Daniel Cane and Dr. Michael Sherling were recognized Wednesday by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce with its Leadership in Health Care Award. Based in Boca Raton, Modernizing Medicine developed iPad-based electronic medical...
  • Bipartisan report tallies climate change impact on economy, urges businesses to act

    Bipartisan report tallies climate change impact on economy, urges businesses to act
      Billions of dollars of property damage along the Eastern Seaboard. Sharply reduced yields of corn, wheat and soy at Midwestern farms. Rising sea levels threatening military installations in Southern California. These and other risks from climate...
  • Schneider, Dold meet up in Lincolnshire

    Schneider, Dold meet up in Lincolnshire
    With the Nov. 4 election drawing near, U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider and challenger Bob Dold traded jabs Tuesday night at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire — their first forum together in the 10th District Congressional race. It wasn't a debate;...
  • Obamacare a flash point in Schneider-Dold race

     Obamacare a flash point in Schneider-Dold race
    In recent interviews and political ads, Rep. Brad Schneider has accused his Republican opponent, former Rep. Bob Dold, of voting 28 times to "repeal, defund or dismantle" the Affordable Care Act when he was in Congress. Sitting before the Tribune...
  • Democratic candidates seek gains from Republicans' tarnished business image

    Democratic candidates seek gains from Republicans' tarnished business image
    Rep. Scott Peters of San Diego had a major disadvantage in seeking the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for November's midterm election: He's a Democrat. The views of the nation's largest business group are closely aligned with the Republican...
  • Robert B. Reich: Politicians plagued with Empathy Deficit Disorder

    Commenting on a recent student suicide at an Alaska high school, Alaska's Republican congressman, Don Young, said suicide didn't exist in Alaska before "government largesse" gave residents an entitlement mentality. "When people had to work and had to...
  • Politicians plagued with Empathy Deficit Disorder

     Politicians plagued with Empathy Deficit Disorder
    Commenting on a recent student suicide at an Alaska high school, Alaska's Republican congressman, Don Young, said suicide didn't exist in Alaska before "government largesse" gave residents an entitlement mentality. "When people had to work and had to...
  • Big out-of-state money pours into Missouri judicial race

    The scales of American justice are supposed to be balanced. Judicial candidates' campaign war chests, however, don't have to be. Consider the largely rural Cole County, Mo., circuit judge race, which received a financial jolt of hundreds of thousands of...