Public Policy Agenda
The 2021-2022 Public Policy Agenda serves as a guide to the Chamber’s legislative priorities.
The foundation of the Chamber’s policy process is the Government Affairs Committee, supported by a group of issue-oriented subcommittees, which are open to all Chamber members. Each subcommittee focuses on one of the following policy areas: education and workforce development, workplace regulations, levy review, taxes and public infrastructure.
Each subcommittee reports to the Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee, which in turn makes recommendations to the Chamber’s Board of Trustees and the Toledo Small Business Association (TASBA) Board of Directors. Through this process, every Chamber policy position is eventually reviewed by more than 100 Chamber members. This ensures that the policies of the Chamber are representative of the membership at large.
Read the full 2021-2022 Public Policy Agenda here.
For more information on the Public Policy Agenda:
To learn more, please contact Brian Dicken, Vice President of Advocacy & Public Policy at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 419-243-8191, ext. 1227.
Business Reboot Policy Recommendations
In line with the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce's goal to successfully and carefully reboot northwest Ohio businesses, the Toledo Chamber Board of Trustees has compiled a list of suggestions for local, state and federal agencies.
Read the full Business Reboot Policy Recommendations here.
The opinions and recommendations expressed are those of the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce Board of Trustees and may not represent the opinions of the other partners of the Northwest Ohio Business Reboot Initiative.