Category: Advocacy & Government Affairs

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Friday morning, developers, municipal leaders and business leaders gathered for a Chamber Issue Forum to dive deeper into one of the region’s most pressing topics: housing. Why...

Grand Rapids Mayoral Election The two leading candidates for the Grand Rapids Mayoral election are David LaGrand and Senita Lenear.  LaGrand is an owner of...

The U.S. is facing a housing crisis. Record unaffordability, near-record housing shortages and major barriers to first-time homeownership are all shown in the State of...

Last night, Governor Gretchen Whitmer delivered her sixth State of the State address from the House Chambers of the Michigan Capitol. Here’s what the Governor shared:...

The Chamber’s priorities for regional and local advocacy have been further honed by business leaders to focus on the elements that are critical to vibrancy.  ...

Several labor laws that were signed by Governor Whitmer throughout the year will be going into effect in 2024.   The repeal of Right To...

Sweeping mandates on paid leave and energy, coupled with the elimination of independent contractor flexibility and an unleashing of 1,800 new regulatory schemes, pose major...

The Chamber has endorsed two important proposals on the November 7 ballot to advance our community: the Kent District Library (KDL) millage and Grand Rapids...

New Report Shows Immigrants in Kent County Paid Over $408 Million in Taxes and held $1.3 Billion in Spending Power in 2019 Immigrants contributed $5.0...

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