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  Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Chris Magnus has resigned, according to a statement from the White House. The acting commissioner is Troy Miller, who the Chamber has had the opportunity to meet with on previous DC trips.   “The President has accepted the resignation of Christopher Magnus, the Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection,” […]

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A federal appeals court in St. Louis agreed to a preliminary injunction halting President Biden’s Loan Forgiveness program in one of several cases challenging the debt relief plan.   As a result, at this time, the Department of Education is no longer accepting applications. The administration is seeking to overturn those orders and will likely eventually […]

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General Election Results

The Chamber is celebrating several election victories of endorsed candidates and measures. With your support, we were successful in electing business-friendly candidates and passing much-needed reforms that will help us continue to improve our region’s business climate. All of our endorsed candidates won their races and the city of San Diego Measures B, C, and […]

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During the Chamber’s 2022 Binational Delegation to Mexico City, SANDAG, along with the state of California, signed a binational Toll Revenue Sharing Agreement with Mexico. This agreement is a legally binding document that serves to outline how revenue for the toll affiliated with the Otay Mesa East Port of Entry will be split between the […]

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As the leading voice for business in the San Diego region, the Chamber is dedicated to supporting and advocating for business-friendly lawmakers and initiatives. With the election approaching quickly, now is the time to learn about the candidates who are most committed to making the San Diego region the best place to live and work. […]

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At a conference on October 12, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to develop a child care plan and asked staff to return with said plan in 8 months. Since 2019, the region has lost nearly 2,000 licensed child care slots, causing costs to skyrocket – with the average annual child care […]

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