2021-2022 Ohio Chamber Policy Priorities Emphasize Pandemic Recovery, Strengthening the Business Climate and Addressing Racial Inequities
As the 134th Ohio General Assembly begins in earnest, the Ohio Chamber of Commerce is releasing its Public Policy Priorities for 2021-2022. Our priorities build on recent, pro-growth policy successes that have resulted in Ohio now being recognized nationally as among the ten best states for businesses, while also emphasizing that more must still be done to overcome the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
While making Ohio more business-friendly and competitive, the Ohio Chamber is also partnering with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in support of its “Equality of Opportunity Agenda.” The Public Policy Priorities include specific recommendations to address some of the race-based opportunity gaps that hold back individual and business success.
Every Ohio Chamber member and member of the Ohio General Assembly will be receiving a copy in the mail. There is also a printable .pdf on our website along with additional information relating to our policy goals. Find those materials here.