Chamber News

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9/27/2022

What is the WV Chamber of Commerce's perspective on Amendment Two? Steve Roberts, West Virginia Chamber of Commerce President, discusses the chamber's position to Hoppy Kercheval.

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9/25/2022
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WV News) — As the decades-long highway project continues, the completion of Corridor H is closer than ever to becoming a reality. Read More

9/8/2022

West Virginians are generally favorable to a constitutional amendment to allow legislators to change property tax rates, according to a new poll.

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9/7/2022

West Virginia employers need a strong, healthy workforce. It is a need exacerbated by declining workforce participation, retiring baby boomers, and the COVID-19 pandemic. The opioid epidemic has also significantly impacted employers’ ability to recruit and retain a productive workforce.

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9/7/2022

West Virginians are almost evenly split on whether they consider themselves “pro choice” or “pro life” on abortion, but few favor an outright ban, according to new survey information from the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

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9/6/2022

On episode 014 of Mountain State Views, host Steven Allen Adams talks with Brian Dayton, the vice president of policy and advocacy for the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce from the chamber’s 86th annual meeting and business summit at the historic Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs. The two talk about the importance of the business summit in promoting the state, the need for workers for future construction projects, and the fight over tax reform.

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9/6/2022
“When West Virginia gets competitive, and we have the policy right — we can compete and win against anyone.” Read More

9/6/2022

On today's episode of "Outside the Echo Chamber," we head to the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce's Annual Meeting and Business Summit to discuss business in the Mountain State. We're joined by West Virginia Chamber President Steve Roberts, we well as leaders of two new initiatives brining jobs here.

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9/2/2022

The day after Gov. Jim Justice announced a $141.8 million August budget surplus and recapped a year of economic accomplishments, the leaders of his new Economic Development Department spoke to state chamber members about what the state has been doing to achieve this.

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9/1/2022
The changing landscape of healthcare and its many challenges occupied a good portion of Thursday’s West Virginia Chamber of Commerce 2022 Summit. Read More
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