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"It's a wonderful way to recognize the members of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the work we do together to help Maryland thrive," Ross said.

Whether it’s a beautiful September day or the aftermath of a hurricane, electrical lineworkers are prepared to maintain the power lines that keep Maryland charged.

The Maryland Competitiveness Coalition held an Economic Summit on September 6 to bring business leaders from across the state together to build consensus around how we can accelerate job growth and business investment in Maryland.

In a thought provoking keynote during the Maryland Competitiveness Coalition’s Economic Summit, best selling author and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman discussed how the merger of globalization and the IT revolution is impacting the economy and the future of work.

As an active participant in the Membership Committee and Marketing Committee, Lester contributes his time, as well as his marketing and business development expertise, to help the Chamber achieve its goals.

Forty members of the Maryland Chamber met with Maryland Transportation Secretary Jim Smith today to discuss his first few months as Secretary and the department’s priorities following the passage of the transportation funding bill. 

Governor Martin O’Malley announced another round of investments which the State will make in transportation infrastructure. The Governor was in Montgomery County to announce that there would be nearly $650 million in transportation investment in the county, as well as a commitment of $400 million of investment in the construction of the Purple Line for both Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties.

I can’t believe another month has passed! June started with a great meeting in Rockville with 15 small to mid-size company CEOs to discuss how our goals as a Chamber strategically align with the growth of their businesses. 

It is hard to believe but 30 days has passed since I first became Chair of our great organization.

Fifty business organizations across the State are actively participating in the Maryland Chamber’s initiative to help our State become more competitive nationally and globally.

In addition to passing a transportation funding bill, the Senate Budget & Taxation Committee also passed legislation to amend Maryland’s constitution to require a declaration of a fiscal emergency from the Governor and a three-fifths vote of both houses of the Maryland General Assembly to transfer funds out of the Transportation Trust Fund.

The transportation bill passed by the House of Delegates last Friday (HB 1515) was heard by the Senate Budget & Taxation Committee yesterday. 

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