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U.S. Chamber of Commerce

An organization in the United States representing the interests of private businesses. It lobbies for legislation perceived to be favorable to business. For instance, it supports free trade and deregulation. It was established in 1912 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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The United States Chamber of Commerce National Directory
Lewis is vice president and counselor to the president at the United States Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.
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Nearly 50 percent of United States Chamber of Commerce members reported in a recent Chamber survey that recent internal policy reviews have revealed the need to obtain new or expanded coverage.
"This study clearly does not support a regulation as broad as OSHA issued, by OSHA's own estimates covering over 100 million employees," says Randy Johnson, vice president for labor policy at the United States Chamber of Commerce. But Charles Jeffress, who at press time is assistant labor secretary of OSHA, says the study validated the ergonomics rule.
John Sweeney, president of the A.F.L.-C.I.O., immediately hailed the OSHA standard as "a major step forward in the fight to end crippling workplace injuries." On the other side of the debate, Randel Johnson, vice president of the United States Chamber of Commerce, told The New York Times the rules will "cost businesses billions of dollars, but the benefits, if any, are uncertain."
A free news clipping service focuses on chamber issues, and the United States Chamber of Commerce provides information on America 2000 educational programs.
Richard Rann of the United States Chamber of Commerce, will address attendees about the national economy.
"Do your homework now and be aware of what's going on in the Community," advises Michaela Platzer, program director of EC 1992 for the United States Chamber of Commerce. She points out that the European Comminity market will consist of 320 million consumers with a GNP approaching 5 trillion dollars.
He formerly served as executive vice president and chief operating officer for the United States Chamber of Commerce.
Additionally, the United States Chamber of Commerce (http://www.reviewjournal.com/politics/election-2016/us-chamber-commerce-all-joe-heck) has thrown more than $2 million behind Republican candidate Joe Heck , currently a member of the House.
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