Economic Inclusion Must Top Priority List

The Detroit News: Oct. 29, 2015

The national discussion on racial and economic equity that has grown in intensity over the last year resonates with leaders in Detroit, the region and our state. As a new era of economic growth is defined, we should consider also addressing the breadth of economic opportunity in a unified manner,

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Chamber Letter to Legislature: Action Needed on Roads Compromise Plan

After the defeat of Proposal 1, leaders of both parties promised voters a plan to finally fix Michigan’s roads and critical infrastructure. Six months later, no agreement has been reached and voters once again read headlines that our elected leaders are at an impasse. Michigan’s residents and business community should not wait any longer to have a transportation system worthy of a state on the rise.

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