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The Latest on Tax Reform

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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Get Out and Vote

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Today, November 7th is the primary for two City Council seats, one At Large seat and one seat in District Two. Local races are important because local representatives make decisions on how tax money is spent, mass transit, economic growth and so ...

Upstate Political Leadership Institute to Train Our Future Leaders

Posted by: Zachary Heltsley on Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Ready to give back to your community? Learn how to run for office at the Upstate Political Leadership Institute. As election season rolls around, we can all look forward to the calls, commercials, mail and visits at your front door from ...

Why Your Chamber Wants to Know Your Issues

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Monday, October 23, 2017
Like many of our Investors, it’s that time of year when we’re wrapping up our budgets and events for 2017, and turning towards planning for the new year. For advocacy, that means putting together our 2018 Legislative Survey and ...

3 P's of Tax Reform

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Congress returns from their August recess to Washington after Labor Day and is preparing for a busy fall, with debates over the debt ceiling, the budget, and tax reform anticipated. During the 2016 campaign cycle, pro-business members of Congress ...

We’re Listening

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Thursday, August 17, 2017

We want to hear what's important to your business as we craft our 2018 Legislative Agenda

Whatever Happened to Those New Overtime Rules?

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Monday, August 7, 2017

The answer is they're...

Trump Appointments Will Impact the Business Community

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Chamber supports nominees for NLRB board, but remains concerned about controversial Ex-Im Bank pick. They may not be the most talked about appointments on the 24-hour news’ cycles (or even on your mind after yesterday’s healthcare ...

State Alphabet Soup

Posted by: Avery Wannemacher on Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Your guide to the political alphabet soup.

Where is Your New Gas Tax Money Going?

Posted by: Katie Busbee on Friday, July 7, 2017
This past weekend you may not have noticed while at the pump, but South Carolina’s gas tax went up two cents last Saturday. I filled up Tuesday for a $1.76, and had I not already known the gas tax was going into effect, I wouldn’t have ...
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