U.S. Chamber Calls on President, State, and Local Officials to Coalesce on Consistent Health and Safety Guidance, Not Regulations
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S.
The Congressional and Public Affairs Division is the Chamber’s lobbying team with a footprint in Washington and across the country. We work to keep the House and Senate focused on the Chamber’s top priorities.
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aV12电影-欧美人与动欧交视频-a V片 免费A 毛片 A级VThis Hill Letter was sent to the members of the United States Senate, supporting Senate passage of H.R. 6201, the "Families First Coronavirus Response Act."
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