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Federal Advocacy Council
The Federal Advocacy Council meets on a regular basis to discuss policy issues of importance to Central Texas businesses, shapes our annual federal priorities agenda, and guides the Chamber's federal advocacy efforts. The Council focuses on innovation & entrepreneurship, R&D commercialization, energy, medical school, patent reform, cyber-security and high-skilled immigration policy. Advocacy opportunities includes the Chamber's annual delegation visit to Washington, D.C., Congressional roundtables, and federal events in Austin. 

State Advocacy Council
The State Advocacy Council discusses policy issues of importance to Central Texas businesses and helps shape our state priorities agenda, with a focus on economic development policy. Other state policy issues include transportation, education, workforce & talent development, energy, water, and health care.


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