The General Assembly convened the 2019 legislative session in Richmond on January 9, 2019. The Hampton Roads Chamber was diligent in supporting legislation and policies that strengthens Virginia’s competitive standing in the global and national economy.
During this year’s 45-day General Assembly session, 2362 Bills were introduced excluding commending and memorial resolutions. The Chamber continued to advance discussions on tax reform, the Port of Virginia expansion efforts, energy costs, access to capital, job growth, health care and other initiatives to ensure that the business climate in Hampton Roads remains conducive for business to thrive.
We are proud to serve as a voice for the Hampton Roads business community and hope that you will continue to remain engaged in our advocacy effort.