Public Policy News
Here you’ll find out who’s making the decisions shaping our community: Policy-makers are always busy creating new ways to advance the Madison region. Stay informed on the latest policies that may impact the way you do business.
Congressman Mark Pocan is hosting a small business seminar: The Affordable Care Act: What does it mean for your business? Wednesday, May 1, 2013 Grainger Hall, Room 5120 UW-Madison Campus 975 University Ave Madison, WI 53706 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. Join Congressman Mark Pocan and Small Business Administration officials to learn: What the Affordable Care Act will mean for your…read more →
MADISON – Responding to today’s announcement of the bipartisan investment capital legislation set to create a $25 million investment fund, Zach Brandon, president of the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce said: “The net gain of new jobs in the U.S. comes from startups. It’s an ongoing trend, not up for debate, even during a tough economy. This bipartisan legislation aligns…read more →
MADISON – The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce announced the newest officers and members of the 2013 board of directors. Officers for 2013 are: Jay Loewi, CEO, The QTI Group, Inc.: Board chair David Wittwer, president & CEO, TDS: Vice chair David Stark, president, Stark Company Realtors®: Immediate past chair Ginny Gilbert, CEO, Gilbert Cost Control Consultants: Treasurer Jim Garner,…read more →
MADISON – Responding to the announcement that Rebecca Blank has been confirmed as the next chancellor at UW-Madison, Zach Brandon, president of the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce said: “Given Rebecca Blank’s diverse and complementary background in business and academics, the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce welcomes Dr. Blank and believes she is a great choice to solidify the link…read more →
MADISON – Voters elected 11 of the 14 Madison Common Council candidates endorsed by the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. The winners are: Lauren Cnare, Shiva Bidar-Sielaff, Steve King, Scott Resnick, Paul Skidmore, Maurice Cheeks, Chris Schmidt, Larry Palm, Joe Clausius, Mark Clear and Matt Phair. Responding to the election results, Delora Newton, vice president of advocacy for the Chamber…read more →