How American Manufacturing is NAFTAs Biggest Winner

As the Trump Administration works to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), American companies of every size, sector, and state have been reassessing the agreement’s importance. We’ve heard a great deal from American farmers and ranchers, whose...

Tax Reform: Neutral Yet Positive

Budget impacts of pro-growth tax reform remain a significant issue, and reasonably so given the large projected deficits the Obama administration left behind. On Monday, the Treasury Department’s Office of Tax Policy released its analysis confirming what we and others...

Tax Reform Worries China

U.S. tax reform is garnering attention from one of our competitors. The Wall Street Journal reports China is worried Congress’ work on tax reform is a threat to its global competitiveness by making the United States “a more attractive place to...

Not the Alternative Minimum Tax!

Early Saturday morning Senate Republicans passed a major pro-growth tax reform bill. As U.S. Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue said, “The decades-long drive toward meaningful tax reform is closer than ever to becoming a reality.” The Senate’s package would lower...

Main Street Businesses Need Financial Regulatory Reform

Small businesses are the engine of our economy, creating two out of three new jobs across the country and enriching our communities in myriad ways. Why then do we find our policymakers so often creating new laws or regulations that hinder their ability to grow? In the...

Tax Reform’s Growth: A Balm for Deficit Worries

Congress is perfecting a profoundly pro-growth tax reform. To paraphrase a famous car commercial of years past, “This ain’t your father’s tax reform.” It’s much better. Even so, concerns linger over the legislation’s advertised 10-year $1.5 trillion sticker price. We...