The Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Coalition actively works on, and advocates for issues important to our members.
2015 Session Summary
Welcome to the Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Coalition's legislative and political advocacy action center. Here you'll find all the tools you need to contact your state legislators and members of Congress. It is your conduit to getting your voice heard at the State House and to Rhode Island's Congressional Delegation.
Your elected officials are in office to represent you and your interests, but they need to hear from you. You are in the best position to engage and educate them as to the impact laws and regulations have or will have on your bottom line. If you don't do it, who will?
The Chamber Coalition is a strong voice for business in Rhode Island - and growing every day. Frequently, legislators tell us that they've heard from our members regarding issues and how much they value their feedback and the difference it makes. Your opinion counts!
Let your elected officials know how you feel about the issues. Simply click on the "Take Action" button to the right.
To help you prepare for an upcoming election we have included a "Learn More Here" section under "Campaigns and Elections" to learn more about the candidates running and the issues at stake, locate your polling place, and determine the latest voting requirements.
The Chamber Coalition represents thousands of businesses throughout Rhode Island. The Coalition is the largest business group in the state. But it's only as strong as its individual members. Your voice is important. I urge you to have it heard.
Jennifer R. Cervenka, Esq.,Chair
Chamber of Commerce Coalition Government Affairs Committee
Hannah Furstenberg, Vice-Chair
Partridge Snow & Hahn, LLP
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2015 Legislative Session Summary
- Budget and Taxation
- Employees' Retirement System Laws
- Regulatory Affairs
- Workforce Development & Education
- Public Education
- Health Care