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At every level of government, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce advocates to protect the business climate of Southern Nevada. Engage the Government Affairs team at the Chamber by participating in policy committee meetings, responding to Advocacy in Action updates throughout the legislative session and contributing to BizPAC.


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Las Vegas Review-Journal

Growing communities need efficient, safe, well-maintained and convenient transportation infrastructure. The county’s current fuel revenue indexing policy, which began in 2013, is scheduled to sunset this year. Unless voters approve an extension in the November election, Clark County will not have the resources to keep up with our growing transportation infrastructure needs.