Category: Blog – Public Affairs

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

Prop 106 would be fiscally irresponsible for the City of Phoenix

The Greater Phoenix Chamber opposes the Responsible Budget Act (Prop 106), as it does not align with the Chamber’s Public...


Light rail makes the Greater Phoenix region competitive

As a long time transportation professional and transit supporter, I’ve been a proponent for balanced transportation infrastructure and specifically light...


“The Greater Phoenix Chamber honors three elected officials as Sentinel Award recipients at the IMPACT Awards. The Sentinel Awards recognize...


Chamber leads business delegation to D.C.

Earlier this month, the Greater Phoenix Chamber led a delegation of business leaders and community members to Washington, D.C. to...


The importance of your vote in August

Most voters overlook the Primary Election as unnecessary or unimportant—many people believe that only the General Election really matters. Contrary...


City of Phoenix begins budgeting process

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) urges lawmakers to adopt and follow a fiscal model that is fair, sound,...


January 2018 GPCC Policy Update

The Greater Phoenix Chamber’s Public Affairs team advocates for your business As a membership benefit, the GPCC team is hard...


Chamber takes delegation to D.C., talks legislative reform, trade and immigration

The 2017 GPCC Executive Dialogue delegation arrived in Washington D.C. during a critical time to be aware of the changes...


It might still be 2017, but it’s time to start thinking about Nov. 2018

The 2018 election cycle is ripe with opportunities for those looking to run for elected office at every level of...


Ad-Hoc Committee on the Tax Treatment of Digital Goods and Services meeting

Agencies and organizations are looking for distinct legislation governing taxation of digital goods and services.