Regional Chamber's 2017 agenda supports Mosaic Project goals

Agenda for Regional Prosperity

The St Louis Regional Chamber advocates forward-thinking economic policies that result in a safer and more secure region, racial equity, and substantial investments in our region’s infrastructure.

The St. Louis Regional Chamber is proud to present our 2017 Agenda for Regional Prosperity.  This is our focused agenda for change based on these three core positions derived from our people-first economic development strategy:

  • Our Position on Safety and Security

    One of the most basic functions of government, echoed from the framers of the U.S. Constitution to today, is to ensure public safety. People cannot prosper economically when they are worried about their basic safety. Violent crime creates individual tragedies that devastate families, affects our quality of life and makes it difficult to attract and retain the talent that drives our region’s economy.

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