U.S. Chamber:  Pandemic Relief Needed NOW

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Interviews with Neil Bradley, Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce strongly supports the bipartisan group of lawmakers who have put forward a new pandemic relief package to be passed by the end of the year. What will the new legislation mean for small businesses and families in your community.

What has been the cost of delays?

Neil Bradley, Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer; U.S. Chamber of Commerce, will be available for live interviews on December 9th.  

Neil Bradley discusses:

  • What will happen if another relief package is not passed this year?
  • What would the cost of delay mean in your state (individual state data available)?
  • What will the legislation, in its current form, mean for small businesses in the community?
  • How will families be impacted?
  • How important is it that the legislation be bipartisan, and is that possible in the current environment?
  • Should people reach out to their Senators and Congress Representatives to push for action on this relief package?
  • Where can people go for more information?

Station note: This segment is brought to you by U.S. Chamber of Commerce

About: Neil Bradley, Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, has spent two decades working directly with congressional committee chairpersons and other high-ranking policymakers to achieve solutions. At the Chamber, Bradley is responsible for aligning the organization’s overall policy priorities and advocacy efforts. He oversees several major policy divisions within the Chamber: Economic PolicyEmployment PolicySmall Business Policy; and Cyber, Intelligence and Security Policy.  Health PolicyTransportation Infrastructure Policy and Environmental Affairs and Sustainability Policy are also under his leadership.

Before joining the Chamber, Bradley was president of Chartwell Policy Solutions, LLC, a research, analysis, and advisory firm focused on public policy issues. In addition to his work at Chartwell, he served as chief strategy officer for the nonprofit Conservative Reform Network (CRN), the leading organization supporting the Conservative Reform Movement. There he produced, incubated, and promoted ideas, policies, and efforts to grow the American economy, expand the middle class, and create opportunities for all Americans.

Prior to founding Chartwell and joining CRN in 2015, Bradley spent nearly 20 years working in the House of Representatives, including 11 years working for the House Republican leadership. He served as deputy chief of staff for Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA) where he developed the legislative agenda for House Republicans, oversaw policy formulation in the leader’s office, and coordinated committee activity in the House. Bradley held the same position for Eric Cantor (VA) during his tenure as majority leader. Previously, he was policy director for House Republican Whip Roy Blunt (MO).

Earlier in his career, Bradley served for four-and-a-half years as executive director of the Republican Study Committee. He also held numerous positions in the office of then-Rep. Tom Coburn (R-OK).  While working on Capitol Hill, Bradley was regularly named to Roll Call’s list of 50 top congressional staffers.

Bradley, a graduate of Georgetown University, resides in Washington, D.C., with his wife, Kiki, and their son, Peter. He is a native of Sapulpa, Oklahoma. 

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