The Chamber supports Congress's current efforts to develop a fourth legislative package to address the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and stimulate our economic recovery.
On April 3, 2020, leaders from 50 Pennsylvania chambers of commerce signed a letter to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf requesting that the Administration allow more businesses to operate under CISA and CDC guidelines to ensure the critical infrastructure supply chains are protected during the COVID-19 crisis.
Dear Governor Wolf,
On behalf of our chambers of commerce, representing hundreds of thousands of employees and the overwhelming majority of the private sector workforce in the Commonwealth, we are writing to offer our assistance in streamlining the process of business closings under the governor’s statewide order. First, […]
As the COVID-19 public health crisis evolves, your Chamber advocacy team is working to share legislative updates and continue to advocate for your business in Washington, D.C., Harrisburg, and Philadelphia. We’ve created a round-up of recent activity including Key Takeaways for Your Business and a Detailed Legislative Update. This represents our best knowledge of the situation as of 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 2, 2020.
Chamber members are invited to join weekly legislative update calls hosted by our Advocacy team to hear the latest on COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts at the federal, […]
As the COVID-19 public health crisis evolves, your Chamber advocacy team is working to share legislative updates and continue to advocate for your business.
In a letter to state leaders, the Chamber and our Board of Directors call for increased support of our region's health care providers during the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Updated information about the March 19 order regarding the closure of all non-life sustaining businesses in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The Chamber team is here for you, your employees and your business. This round-up of activity includes Key Takeaways for Your Business and a Detailed Legislative Update.
Our team is prepared to serve our members remotely and will be doing so immediately. While we expect many interruptions in the coming weeks, this crisis will not interrupt our ability to facilitate the exchange of ideas and opportunities within our community.
The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia VP of Local Government Affairs, William Carter IV, Esq. testified about Bill 200011.
As we continue to work together to advocate for a more transparent government that works for businesses of all sizes, our economy will grow and each of our neighborhoods will take part in our city's inclusive prosperity.