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Make your voice heard on legislation that affects your business

The Chamber advocates for the business community at every level of government and acts on legislation and policy that can impact your ability to run your business profitably. Chamber Business Advocacy Council members are regularly invited to give policy feedback. Email Samantha Chapa at to learn more about our policy agenda.

Our 2022 - 2023 Advocacy Priorities

Approved by The Chamber Board on June 24, 2022. 

The purpose of the 2022-23 Business Advocacy Council’s Priorities is to summarize the important advocacy goals and areas of concern to our community.

Education & Workforce

Promote, expand, and finance primary and secondary education initiatives that provide a safe learning environment and support the development of a skilled workforce.

Health Care


Promote policies that provide increased access to high-quality, cost-effective healthcare, including expanded access to mental health resources; and programs designed to grow the healthcare workforce, in order to address chronic shortages of direct patient care providers

Natural Resources


Support stewardship of water and other natural resources to ensure a resilient and sustainable economy.



Promote effective, collaborative strategies to construct and maintain safe, reliable and affordable infrastructure.



Support policies and programs that encourage the development of new, affordable technology and assist in the deployment of broadband infrastructure in unserved and underserved areas.

Crime Prevention


Support policies that reduce crime rates.

We Pledge

As the voice of business in the area, The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to keeping our region competitive, improving the business climate and advancing policies that create a more prosperous environment.

The Chamber understands that strong communities are a result of strong businesses.

We will continue to promote strong relationships with our community partners and our legislators to build a better Montgomery County and a better Texas.


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