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Wednesday, November 23, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Raoul Sada
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Most Americans agree that our roads, bridges, mass transit systems, air and sea ports, and water infrastructure are critical national assets that drive growth, jobs, safety, and global competitiveness. What we can’t seem to agree on is how to pay for badly needed maintenance and repairs. It’s time to stop thinking about infrastructure as a problem, but as an opportunity for bipartisan agreement to invest wisely and carefully in our most critical needs, while eliminating wasteful spending.    


The Unified Voice of the Business Community

Local chambers, like the Surprise Regional Chamber is a member of state and national chambers of commerce. This connection is one of voluntary membership and does not extend to control or governance. Its does allows all chambers to speak with a single unified voice of the business community and to rally resources and mobilize around common issues.