Public Policy

Business Regulations

With a membership of business workers, owners and leaders, the Chamber believes in the power of the free market. That is why the Georgia Chamber supports legislation that allows market force principals to work in our state's economy.

As competition increases, and government regulations and interventions decrease, we believe our state's businesses, entrepreneurs, creators, and innovators will stand as examples of Georgia's best and brightest. We believe this will be true in our local economy as well as in the global marketplace where so many Georgia companies compete.

Measures that free business to work and create can only strength our economy. They also benefit consumers, in speeding up the process of innovation and getting products to market.

Legislation, however, is often necessary. However, the Chamber advocates for legislators and regulators to have the best interest of Georgia business in mind, not favoring certain sectors of our economy over others.

In that light, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce supports:

The Chamber believes in the business of Georgia. We also believe that if we can remove unnecessary limitations from owners, operators and innovators, there is no limit to the possibilities for our state and its economy.

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