The Chamber’s Government Spotlight series was created to engage our region’s businesses in the legislative process by educating about the impact of hot political issues of the day.
Ohio’s general election on Nov. 6 will turn over all five of Ohio’s constitutional officeholders creating inevitable change in our state government, especially the Office of the Governor who controls most state agencies. Is your business prepared to react to the developments that will ensue post-election? Our next program will bring together a panel of experts who will break down what you and your business can anticipate in areas of particular interest like healthcare, medical marijuana, trade and tariffs.
Tuesday, December 4
Athletic Club of Columbus (Map)
136 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Networking and registration: 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8 – 9 a.m.
What to expect:
Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Control Program fell short of its September deadline for operational implementation, providing employers with additional months to prepare. Our expert panelist will take a look at what the future holds for the cultivation, processing, testing, recommending and dispensing of medical marijuana, as well as what your business can expect from the execution of the program.
Healthcare reform has been the primary target of debate in campaigns across the country and here in Ohio. Learn how healthcare policies are likely to change under a new governor, new general assembly and new congress. Not to mention, changes in trade and the application of new tariffs increasingly affect our Ohio business community.
Hear how your business can – and should – effectively navigate the new USMCA trade deal, as well as what to expect from the recent imposition of Chinese tariffs. Is your business prepared for 2019? Join us Dec. 4 and learn more about what you can anticipate from some of the most pressing updates post-election in Ohio.
Chamber members – $25 each | Non-members – $40 each
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This is a ticketless event. An electronic reminder will be sent with full details prior to the event.
For reporting purposes, if you are offered and choose to accept, you will be included on our JLEC filing as the recipient of a gift from the Columbus Chamber of Commerce in the amount of $40. Municipal elected officials may also have to report the ticket as a gift on your financial disclosure statement.
The Athletic Club parking lot is located on the east side of Fourth Street, between State and Broad Streets. The Ohio Statehouse Parking Garage is located within walking distance of the Athletic Club.
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