Reasoning that a proposed business license tax would place Orangeburg County at a distinct disadvantage, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Ted Pitts recently released a statement urging county council leaders to reconsider.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce supports the passage of H.3516, which would invest $600 million of annual, long-term, sustainable revenue for the state’s roads and bridges, nearly half of which are rated in “poor” condition.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce recently sent two Key Vote letters to members of the South Carolina Senate, expressing its support for bills on employee benefits and the superintendent of education.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce has endorsed H.3516, the infrastructure legislation filed by House Majority Leader Gary Simrill (R-Rock Hill) and others in the South Carolina House of Representatives.
Ted Pitts, president and CEO of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, recently released a statement over the passing of Cathy Novinger and Judy Davis, two South Carolina business leaders and former members of the Chamber’s Board of Directors.
Dozens of "Fight for $15" activists protested at a downtown Charleston McDonald's restaurant in favor of a $15 minimum wage earlier today — and several were arrested. How "grassroots" is the campaign — and how would a $15 minimum wage impact the economy?