Janelle Tassart
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Dec. 12, 2019

The Greater Phoenix Chamber (the Chamber) released its 2020 Public Policy Guide on December 12, 2020. The Chamber’s Public Policy Guide provides a framework for the business community’s key issues at every level of government and serves to guide the Chamber’s positions during the upcoming legislative session.

Each year the Chamber’s issue committees and Public Affairs Committee develop guiding principles that are vetted by Chamber members, policy experts, and community leaders to ensure that they are reflective of the business community’s priorities. Once established, the Chamber’s Board approves the guiding principles of Directors.

“Our annual Public Policy Guide sets the stage for our policy priorities for the upcoming year,” said Todd Sanders, President and CEO of the Chamber. “But, more importantly, it provides our members with valuable information that they can use to advocate for their own businesses and communities.”

The Public Policy Guide was released at the Chamber’s event Valley Voices presents Leaders in Public Policy, where key policy experts discussed the implications of policy on business.

“The 2020 Public Policy Guide is reflective of the Chamber’s membership base,” said Mike Huckins, Vice President of Public Affairs. “These principles were developed with robust involvement from our member businesses across all industries and sizes.”

Serving as a unified voice for 2,400 member businesses at each level of government, the Chamber’s public affairs team looks forward to advocating for policies that are pro-business and pro-growth based on the 2020 Public Policy Guide.

To download the 2020 Public Policy Guide, click here.

For more specific questions or additional comments, contact the Vice President of Public Affairs Mike Huckins at 602.495.6474 or

About the Greater Phoenix Chamber
Representing 2,400 businesses across the Greater Phoenix region, the Greater Phoenix Chamber promotes regional prosperity by serving as a catalyst for economic vitality and strong communities. The Chamber pursues this mission by collaborating with business, political and community leaders to grow the regional talent pool, create a regional approach to economic development and drive a pro-Arizona agenda.


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