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In the final days to the legislative session, while the transportation compromise was a hot topic, much focus was also on coming to an agreement over adjustments to Virginia's 2012-2014 budget.   An agreement on the issue of Medicaid expansion was reached on the final day of session, clearing…

The final days of the 2013 General Assembly session in Richmond ended on an historic note. For the first time in 26 years, the Virginia General Assembly approved a broad-based, sustainable and bi-partisan funding plan for the maintenance and construction of the state transportation system including the states…

Prince William Chamber Invites Community Members to “Discover Cuba” Chamber Now Accepting Reservations for Unique Travel Experience, May 3-11 Ever been curious about journeying to Cuba? Perhaps you have even caught a glimpse of its shores while on a cruise ship, and wished it were possible to explore…

Virginia Senate Passes Transportation Funding Package With Senate passage of the transportation conference report, Virginia has its first comprehensive, long-term transportation funding solution in nearly three decades. The historic measure passed the Senate in a 25-15 vote. Of the legislators representing the Prince William area, Senators Colgan, Puller and…

Transportation Funding Sees Movement in Richmond Virginia's Largest Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Legislative Progress Yesterday, Virginia House and Senate Conferees crafted an agreement on a comprehensive, long-term transportation funding plan, which now moves to the General Assembly for a vote. Should it pass, this will be the first…

The Prince William Chamber of Commerce has a unique proposition for area residents—the organization is inviting people to participate in a trip to the island nation of Cuba, May 3-11, 2013. Leaving from Miami, the all-inclusive package features an Old Havana walking tour, salsa dance lessons, museum visits,…

Jeff Kaczmarek, Executive Director of Prince William County Dept. of Economic Development, opened the "Enhancing the Commercial Development Process" meeting by stating a clear-cut goal: "Make Prince William County the most business-friendly community in the DC metro area."   The meeting then focused on plans for achieving this goal,…

Last Friday, representatives from the Prince William Chamber participated in a joint meeting of the Urban Crescent (localities along the I-95/1-64 corridor from Northern Virginia to Hampton Roads).  Local policymakers, chambers of commerce and members of the Virginia General Assembly gathered to work towards a consensus on possible…