Category: Blog – Public Affairs

Read the latest blogs from the Greater Phoenix Chamber on policy and advocacy.

Snell & Wilmer attorney Kasarjian preps employers for new Labor Dept. OT rules

Compliance begins with an in-depth look to determine whether employees are classified correctly as exempt from overtime.

10/21/2016

Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell shares her office’s technology evolution

Technology has helped Helen Purcell in both recording vital documents and ensuring elections are accessible and secure.

10/20/2016

Q&A: Get to know the Chamber’s new General Counsel, Kevin Quigley of Quarles & Brady

Personable, civic-minded and family-focused, his passion, profession and work ethic are in his DNA.

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce announces 2016 general election endorsements

The Chamber's Political Action Committee has endorsed 51 candidates for the Arizona Legislature prior to the Nov. 8 general election.

Pro-business candidates are counting on your Aug. 30 Primary vote

Voting in Arizona's Primary & General elections is vital to ensure we elect candidates that put business first.

Vote YES for Prop. 123 to help strengthen education system, state

The Greater Phoenix Chamber urges Arizona voters to vote YES on Prop. 123 to move students and schools forward.

04/27/2016

Vote YES on Prop. 124 for our firefighters and police officers

The Chamber urges Arizona to vote YES on Prop. 124 to fix the underfunded Public Safety Personnel Retirement System.

04/27/2016

April Bill Spotlight: HB 2502 – Medical Licensure Compact

This bill makes it easier for physicians to obtain licenses to practice in multiple states and increases our physician pipeline.

04/27/2016

Many exciting changes coming soon for Arizona politics

With all the upcoming changes, the Chamber PAC will be soon interviewing legislative candidates and issuing endorsements.

03/31/2016

March Bill Spotlight: SB 1455, Parental Opt-Out; Statewide Assessments

The Chamber supports policies that maintain high education standards and provide meaningful levels of training.