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The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism Alliance, promotes pro-business policies in local and state government, advocating for a variety of business-related issues on behalf of nearly 2,600 businesses representing more than 300,000 working men and women in Hampton Roads. The Hampton Roads Business Political Action Committee (HRBizPAC) is a bi-partisan committee that presses for action on issues impacting business and supports candidates who share those views.

During Virginia’s General Assembly, the Chamber collaborates with the business lobby in Richmond, informs members with weekly electronic “Legislative News and Notes,” and engages members with electronic “Legislative Call to Action Alerts.” 


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added January 23, 2015 by Hampton Roads Chamber
Working with our members and partners in various industry sectors, we continue to focus on distinct areas of public policy that are most critical to our members and their growth. We look forward to working with our members to continuously update and focus our policy agenda based on the feedback and concerns expressed.
added January 16, 2015 by Hampton Roads Chamber
Your Chamber is an advocate in local and state government for businesses. Read on to review legislation that your Chamber is monitoring.
added January 13, 2015 by Hampton Roads Chamber
The Chamber is an advocate in local and state government for businesses and works closely with elected officials to create economic prosperity and enhance the quality of life. Virginia's 2015 General Assembly session convenes on January 14, 2015.
added September 10, 2014 by Hampton Roads Chamber
On November 4, elections will be held in Virginia Beach, Portsmouth and Suffolk for City Council and School Board positions. The Hampton Roads Chamber is educating the business community and the region regarding the candidates and pertinent issues.
added August 15, 2014 by Ira Agricola, Executive Vice President, Hampton Roads Chamber
Members of the General Assembly will now be called on in the 2015 legislative session to make significant adjustments to the two year spending plan. Budget cuts will impact all phases of state government and services including many that touch the business community on a daily basis.