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Metro Chamber Heads to Washington, D.C.

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The Metro Chamber is in Washington, D.C. this week to meet with members of Nevada's Congressional leadership, as well as think tanks, organizations, and other Congressional representatives about myriad issues, including the funding of Interstate 11, the designation of Tule Springs in North Las Vegas as a national monument, immigration reform, international tourism and visitation, water resources for Southern Nevada and topics in healthcare reform. Key members of Chamber leadership, including Chairman of the Board Jay Barrett and President and CEO Kristin McMillan, are hoping to advance the interests of Southern Nevada's business community and keep our region attractive and welcoming to business.

Click below to watch Chairman Jay Barrett speak about some of the issues with My News 3's Gerard Ramalho.


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