Action and Advocacy goes to Washington

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) – If it has to do with business in Wyoming, you can bet the Action and Advocacy team has their finger on the pulse.

On Tuesday, the committee met and they will bring their agenda to Congress.

The Action and Advocacy Committee is taking its trade group to Washington next week to speak with a congressional delegation.

The Committee’s stakeholders include businesses, banks, aid providers and builders.

They will discuss military and missile, infrastructure permitting and issues related to Wyoming’s business sector.

They will also discuss housing growth in the state, the effects of inflation and its governance.

“We seem to live in a world where there’s a lot of talk about politics, but very few people are willing to accept the facts, look at the math and make a decision, and we’re trying to let’s work together,” said Dale Steenbergen. President and CEO of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce.

The committee’s monthly meeting addresses pressing Wyoming business issues.

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