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Kansas Chamber To Release 2023 Legislative and Policy Agenda

Topeka, KS The Kansas Chamber will hold a media briefing at 9:30 AM CT on Friday, January 6th to review its top priorities for the 2023 legislative session.

 

Chamber President and CEO Alan Cobb will be joined by Chamber Vice-President of Government Affairs Eric Stafford for the briefing.

 

Each year Chamber members provide input on policy and legislative strategy through work group conference calls on issues vital to Kansas business growth. Feedback from meetings with Cornerstone members, local chamber leaders, and the results of our Business Leaders Poll and Kansas Competitiveness Analysis also help to identify the state’s key business issues.

 

These priorities are presented to the Kansas Legislature and Governor so they know where the state’s business community stands on proposed legislation considered during the session.

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What: Media briefing on Kansas Chamber 2023 Legislative and Policy Agenda

 

When: Friday, January 6, 2023 at 9:30 AM CT

 

Who: Kansas Chamber President and CEO Alan Cobb and VP of Government Affairs Eric Stafford

 

Where: Townsite Tower, 534 S. Kansas Ave., Topeka, KS

 

About the Kansas Chamber

 

Headquartered in Topeka, the mission of the Kansas Chamber is to continually strive to improve the economic climate for the benefit of every business and citizen and to safeguard our system of free, competitive enterprise. The Chamber’s vision is to make Kansas a top state to do business.

 

The Chamber is member-driven and its strength comes from hundreds of Kansas employers of every size. It listens to its members, develops a Legislative Agenda and then takes the issues and concerns of Kansas businesses directly to the policymakers.

 

The Kansas Chamber partners with other organizations and local chambers to promote legislation and policies focused on creating a more positive business climate that allows for more jobs and economic growth in Kansas and our communities.

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