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January 10, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Can’t Knock The Hustle

The 2020 session of the Indiana General Assembly kicked off this week, and with an early adjournment planned it didn’t take long for lawmakers to get down to business – hustle is the name of the game to get things done in a short session. In fact, the Senate was…

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January 3, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Don’t Sweat the Technique

‘Don’t sweat the technique’ was the last studio album released by the legendary hip-hop duo Eric B. & Rakim – so it’s an appropriate old-school kick-off to the last session of Indiana’s legendary, longest-serving House Speaker, Brian Bosma, who’s been dropping legislative hits for more than three decades. Speaking of…

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December 10, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Indy Chamber Elects New Leadership, Unveils 2020 Legislative Agenda

With IU Health’s Murphy chairing the region’s largest business group, legislative priorities focus on “Healthy State. Healthy Economy.” (INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.)  The Indy Chamber held its annual membership meeting today, electing new leadership and endorsing its 2020 legislative agenda for the Indiana General Assembly.  Dennis Murphy (IU Health) will chair the…

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November 22, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Nothing to See Here

This week marked just another boring Organization Day for the General Assembly, with the usual pro forma legislative housekeeping and ceremonial speeches…oh, wait.  Tuesday was different from the start, as thousands of teachers and education advocates rallied in and around the Statehouse for raising teacher salaries and cutting licensing and…

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November 5, 2019 Joe Pellman

Indy Chamber Statement on 2019 General Election Results

“As we continue to prioritize economic mobility and inclusive growth in Indianapolis, we congratulate Mayor Joe Hogsett tonight for his successful reelection and applaud his ongoing commitment to this mission. His vision of workforce development, improvements in infrastructure, neighborhood redevelopment, and public safety assure a prosperous future for the City…

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November 1, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Don’t believe the hype!

Don’t believe that local elections don’t matter…or that the polls look too lopsided and your vote won’t make a difference.  Don’t believe that what happens at the ballot box doesn’t impact our business climate.  Reject all the excuses – this is your reminder to get out on Tuesday (or before)…

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October 23, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Form-Based Code Workshop Learning Opportunities

The Madison County Council of Governments (MCCOG) and the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority (CIRTA) are sponsoring a series of educational workshops on the ABCs of Form-Based Codes with nationally recognized leaders provided by the Form-Based Code Institute on October 28 and October 29-30, 2019, at the Anderson Museum of…

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October 18, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Stakeholder Update: BLUeprint For A More Competitive Workforce

BLUeprint For A More Competitive Workforce Our Indy Chamber advocacy agenda covers a lot of ground – our team works hard to understand and advance the issues that matter to thousands of employers across our nine-county region, many of whom also do business across the country and around the world.

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September 30, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Indy Chamber’s Business Advocacy Committee Makes Endorsements, Backs Hogsett & Bipartisan Council Team

Business group emphasizes inclusive economic growth, infrastructure and public safety plans, recognizes Jim Merritt as valued partner at the Statehouse   (INDIANAPOLIS – September 27, 2019) The Indy Chamber’s Business Advocacy Committee (BAC) – the political arm of the region’s largest business organization – today announced its endorsements for the…

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September 20, 2019 Courtney Smallwood

Stakeholder Update: Lone Star Status

This week, a group of regional corporate, civic and elected leaders ventured deep in the heart of Texas for the Indy Chamber’s annual Leadership Exchange – this year, we visited San Antonio. The eight-county San Antonio metro is a little bigger than Indianapolis (by about a half-million residents, amid the…

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