Advocacy News

The Latest Information on What's Happening in Lansing

Each week the Michigan Legislature is in session, the Michigan Chamber will issue an Advocacy News enewsletter providing the latest information on what is happening in Lansing and what issues the Michigan Chamber is advocating for or against on behalf of Michigan job providers.

  • Auto Insurance Reform Negotiations Continue; Chamber Remains Optimistic
  • Chamber Files Amicus Brief in Support of Constitutionality of Paid Sick Leave, Minimum Wage Laws
  • State House Plans First Hearing to Codify Economic Presence Nexus Rules
  • Data Breach Notification Mandates Discussions on Hold
  • Chamber Lobbyist Attains State Tax Commission Assessing Designation
  • National Streamlined Sales Tax Program Administrator Presents to House Committee
  • Enough is Enough - It's Time to Reform MI's Highest-in-the Nation Car Insurance Rates
  • Register Now for the Michigan Chamber PAC II Golf Outing on Monday, June 10, 2019
  • House Passes Cost-Saving Auto Insurance Reform; Chamber Applauds House for Moving Issue Forward
  • Breaking News: Michigan Senate Passes Chamber-Supported Auto Insurance Reforms
  • Chamber Celebrates Small Business Week
  • Behind the Scenes: Seemingly Quiet, A Lot of Work is Taking Place at the State Capitol
  • Register Now for the Michigan Chamber PAC II Golf Outing on Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Chamber CEO Discusses Small Business
  • Federal Trade Negotiations Threaten Michigan Jobs
  • Chamber CEO Rich Studley Discusses Skills Gap, Auto Insurance & Fixing the Roads
  • Michigan Chamber Supports Initiative to Narrow Skills Gap, Increase Workforce Readiness
  • Chamber CEO Rich Studley Discusses Legislative Proposals to Address State's Talent Gap
  • Michigan Chamber Supports Efforts to Expand Broadband Services
  • Register Now for the Michigan Chamber PAC II Golf Outing on Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Chamber CEO Discusses Workforce Readiness, Closing the Talent Gap
  • Environmental Rules Review Committee Takes First Action; Process Working, Chamber Reports
  • New Mandatory Paid Sick Leave, Minimum Wage Laws Go Into Effect March 29; Are You Ready?
  • Register Now for the Michigan Chamber PAC II Golf Outing on Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Chamber Lobbyist Discusses New Environmental Rules Review Committee
  • Chamber Asks Court to Rule on Constitutionality of Paid Sick Leave, Minimum Wage Laws
  • DEQ Wants to Eliminate All Fee Sunsets; Chamber Expresses Caution
  • Chamber CEO Says Legislature Should Lower Auto Insurance Rates, then Discuss the Roads
  • TAX ALERT! Governor Proposes Increasing Taxes on Small Businesses
  • Governor Whitmer Proposes $.45 Gas Tax Increase to Fix the Roads
  • Debate Over Minimum Wage Continues, MI Chamber Opposes Aggressive New Proposal
  • State PFAS Work on Track; Chamber Monitoring
  • Chamber EVP Discusses Governor's First Budget Proposal and What it Means for Business
  • Chamber Identifies Auto Insurance Reform as a Top Priority; Testifies Before MI Senate
  • Constitutionality of Paid Sick Leave, Minimum Wage Laws Called into Question
  • Data Breach Mandates Back from the Dead
  • Good News! Expanded Small Business Personal Property Tax Relief Introduced
  • Chamber CEO Discusses New Bill to Help Lower Car Insurance Rates
  • Chamber Announces Job Providers Agenda to Keep Michigan Moving Forward
  • Chamber Commends AG for Inviting Comments on Law Allowing Replacement of Line 5 with an Underground Tunnel