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U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue addresses liability legislation proposed in the wake of the BP oil spill. “I’m not excited about what [Congress is] doing,” says Donohue, “but we’re not lobbying about it yet.”
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Tom Donohue, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, sits down for a conversation with attendees of The Monitor Breakfast. Among other topics, Mr. Donohue discusses the Chamber’s role in the 2010 elections, the impact of various Congressional actions on businesses and job creation, the role of unions in blocking trade deals, and the Schumer/Van Hollen campaign finance legislation. – The Monitor Breakfast
Thomas J. Donohue is the President and CEO of the United States Chamber of Commerce located in Washington, DC. The United States Chamber of Commerce is a generally conservative group that supports pro-business causes, and it is the largest and oldest trade association in the United States. As its president, Donohue has increased the Chamber’s profile in Washington.
Before joining the Chamber in 1997, Donohue was the President and CEO of American Trucking Associations for 13 years.