Chamber In the News

5/15/2013
by Tovin Lapan, Las Vegas Sun — To make a point about the value of spending on foreign aid and development, former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, a man versed in the intricacies of foreign and domestic policy, invoked Tom Hanks.


2/15/2013
by Lauren Rozyla, KLAS 8 News Now — By the end of the year, Project Linq on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip will be finished, a developer with Caesars Entertainment said.


2/4/2013
by Laura Myers, Las Vegas Review Journal — Alan Aleman, a 20-year-old student at the College of Southern Nevada, became the face of immigration last week when President Barack Obama used Las Vegas to launch his legislative drive for a comprehensive overhaul.


1/23/2013
by Dymphna Calica-La Putt, Asian Journal — Saying Asia is a critical piece of the state’s business, Nevada officials will pursue economic opportunities in the region.


1/18/2013
by Chris Sieroty, Las Vegas Review-Journal — When it comes to Nevada's economic recovery, a vibrant export market is critical. Over the last six months, lawmakers and economic development officials have made strides in getting the Silver State's brand into foreign markets.


11/15/2012
by Richard N.Velotta, VEGASINC — Mexico City's Interjet will become the 17th international airline to offer service at McCarran International Airport today when its inaugural flight from Mexico City’s Toluca Airport arrives tonight.


10/22/2012
by Tovin Lapan, Las Vegas Sun — A Republican was responsible for a conspicuously empty chair on Friday, and this time it had nothing to do with a Clint Eastwood performance.


10/20/2012
by Benjamin Spillman, Las Vegas Review-Journal — Who said bipartisanship is dead? On the day before the start of early voting, Southern Nevada congressional candidates from both major parties agreed it's important to court a key electoral bloc.


10/4/2012
by Nevada News Bureau Staff, CarsonNow.org — The Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce today commended Sen. Michael Roberson, R-Las Vegas, for his commitment to seek $20 million a year in funding for English language learner programs in the Clark County School District.


8/26/2012
by Krista Hostetler, ABC13 Action News — The Latin Chamber of Commerce invited the community to help support kids heading back to school.



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