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May 19, 2011

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Phoenix Woman

Not surprising that Governor Grownup and the local Chambers are on the same side whereas the fraternity boys running the RPM caucus and the state legislature are on the other. Nationwide, the local and state Chambers have been increasingly distancing themselves from the far-right antics of the national body.

The national Chamber's beholden to a few powerful multinationals and thus puts their interests above all else; the local Chambers are interested in the welfare of their respective communities, and what's good for the multinationals is not always (or even often) good for them.

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