The Port of Virginia serves as a global gateway to commerce and a driving economic engine for the Commonwealth of Virginia and the contiguous states of the Mid-Atlantic. The Port of Virginia's CEO and Executive Director John Reinhart provides an update on their record year and infrastructure investments.
The 46-day Virginia General Assembly session adjourned sine die on February 25th. Over 1,800 bills were considered in a legislative session highlighted by the adoption of a $107 billion dollar budget. The Hampton Roads Chamber was represented throughout the session with staff and volunteer leadership providing key testimony and lobbying daily in support of the business agenda. Check out this week's "Legislative Review" and be sure to follow us on Facebook.
As legislative issues of importance to the business community are considered at the state and local level, the Hampton Roads Chamber will keep you informed by providing weekly updates. Check out this week's "Legislative Review".
Railroad Day on Capitol Hill 2017 is almost here.
Will be held on Monday Feb 27th from 1-3pm
Members of the Virginia General Assembly have been working to further advance a pro-business climate in Virginia, formulate strategic investments in our education system, and chart a fiscally responsible course for the future. Check out this week's Legislative Review.
The Hampton Roads Chamber has been fully engaged in the 2017 short session of the Virginia General Assembly. Check out this week's legislative review.
Two bills, SB 1540 and SB 1456 are of significant importance to the Hampton Roads Chamber and will be considered by the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday, January 31.
This week marks the third week of the 2017 Virginia General Assembly Session. Check out this week's Legislative Review.
The Hampton Roads Chamber signed onto a coalition letter urging the United States Senate to make the Regulatory Accountability Act an early priority for the 115th Congress