The Chamber's Governmental Affairs Division serves to study, formulate and recommend policy on local, state and national governmental issues which impact the Chamber membership and the local business community. The various committees that make up the division work to influence local, state, and national government with visits to government officials, publications and contacts representing the membership and influence the training and election of business-friendly candidates. The Governmental Affairs Division also supports local area military and governmental institutions and the burgeoning commercial space industry.
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Association of Commerce and Industry
The Association of Commerce & Industry of New Mexico (ACI) is the statewide, legislative advocate of business interests. ACI serves as the state chamber of commerce and the New Mexico representative of the National Association of Manufacturers. For more information on ACI, visit their website by clicking on the logo below.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world's largest business federation representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations. More than 96% of U.S. Chamber members are small businesses with 100 employees or fewer. As the voice of business, the Chamber's core purpose is to fight for free enterprise before Congress, the White House, regulatory agencies, the courts, the court of public opinion, and governments around the world. For more information on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, visit their website by clicking on the logo below.
New Mexico Prosperity Project
The New Mexico Prosperity Project is a nonpartisan, nonprofit collaborative effort of the state's business community to provide up-to-date, easily accessible information to New Mexico businesses and their employees about federal, state, and local government activities that have an effect on the state's economic growth and business climate. For more information about the New Mexico Prosperity Project and a link to their website, click on the logo below.
(page information updated August 23, 2012)