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  • Black History Month: Minnesota Chamber member leaders featured in 200 Black Leaders to Know

    Feb 24, 2023
    February is Black History Month throughout the country, a time to celebrate the accomplishments, achievements and vast contributions of African Americans throughout the nation's history. To commemorate Black History Month, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal highlighted 200 Black leaders in the Twin Cities region. Many of the distinguished leaders are leaders in the business community and many are part of Minnesota Chamber of Commerce member organizations. Congratulations to these inspirational leaders for your contributions to the state and your businesses!
  • Local chamber leaders share concerns with 24-week paid leave mandate

    Feb 6, 2023
    A proposal that would impact every employer is a 24-week paid leave proposal that would raise taxes on employers by $1 billion. The proposal, HF2 / SF2, passed another committee stop last week and could be voted on in the House or Senate soon. To fund the new paid leave mandate, the state would impose a 0.7% payroll tax on every employer in Minnesota, regardless of size or number of employees. Additionally, hiring replacement workers would be extraordinarily challenging given the state’s current tight labor market and workforce shortage. Click here for more facts about the bill. 
  • Honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Jan 16, 2023
    The Minnesota Chamber would like to acknowledge that Monday, January 16th is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Dr. King is most commonly known for his advocacy, social justice work and powerful speeches, such as “l Have a Dream,” which was delivered during his peaceful march in Washington, D.C. in 1963, at which over 250,000 people were present.