The 2014 General Assembly session begins on January 8. Earlier this week, the Maryland Chamber completed a series of regional meeting to update business leaders on our expectations for the session and share our Business Agenda for 2014. The agenda outlines the Chamber’s priorities for the coming year and guides the organization’s advocacy efforts.
The Maryland Chamber is committed to advancing Maryland as a national and global leader in private sector economic growth and private sector job creation. For the 2014 session of the General Assembly, our priority issues are based upon the outcomes of the Maryland Competitiveness Coalition and its economic summit, the work of our issue committees and the continued support of our Board of Directors, members and staff in order to advance Maryland’s business climate.
In 2014, the Maryland Chamber’s advocacy efforts will support public policy that promotes a world class business climate, best in nation education system, competitive and transparent health care system and balanced transportation program.
View the complete Business Agenda online here.