The advocacy role of the Columbus Chamber centers around three key components: educating its members, building relationships and creating capital for the Central Ohio business community. To accomplish a successful advocacy program, the Columbus Chamber develops a Public Policy Agenda that focuses on its goals. The Public Policy Agenda will be a â€œrolling agendaâ€ that serves as a base document and will constantly be monitored for purposes of updating or adding issues important to the Central Ohio business community. Therefore, the Chamber produces a mid-year update to track its progress.
The 2013 Columbus Chamber Public Policy Agenda Mid-Year Update provides an analysis of work the Columbus Chamber Government Relations Team has done on the issues that have been identified as needing immediate action. It is important to note that this agenda does not represent all issues pertinent to the business community.
The 2013 Public Policy Agenda Mid-Year Update is presented in three sections: local, state and federal. The issues within each section represent those issues the Columbus Chamber continues to advocate for with that respective level of government.
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