Advocacy to help improve our state’s business climate has been at the core of the Indiana Chamber’s mission throughout its history. While our public policy experts are “in the game” in working with both the General Assembly and Congress, their “game plan” is developed by business community volunteers who serve on a series of public policy committees.

These groups are currently reviewing 2017-18 Indiana Chamber policies to see what might need altering or added. It truly kicks off the process for the Legislative Business Issues document that will be voted on by the board of directors in November. Once approved, these policy stances will serve as the basis for the Chamber taking positions on individual bills introduced at the Statehouse and in Washington.

The full list of Indiana Chamber Public Policy Committees:

  • Business-Higher Education Forum
  • Civil Justice
  • Congressional Affairs
  • Economic Development
  • Employment Law
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Health Care
  • Infrastructure
  • K-12 Education
  • Taxation and Public Finance
  • Technology and Innovation
  • Workforce Development