The Chamber's Business Advocacy committee is tasked every year with reviewing the potential issues and challenges facing the Campbell County Chamber’s more than 670 business members from the upcoming Wyoming Legislative Session. Each year they form the principles that are used by the Chamber’s staff and leadership to communicate the Chamber’s business positions to policymakers.
This year Business Advocacy met on January 10 to finalize those principles, which were approved by the Board of Directors on January 23.
You can download the full Legislative Priniciples outline here, or pick up a copy at the front desk of our Gillette Office, 314 S. Gillette Ave.
The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce serves as the Voice of Business for more than 600 businesses. Our advocacy efforts range from local issues to actively monitoring and engaging in activities of the Wyoming legislature to helping influence legislation in Congress through an active partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
62th Wyoming Legislature
Convenes Feb. 12, 2018