Wisconsin’s Business Voice
WMC’s mission is to make Wisconsin the most competitive state in the nation to do business.
Unfortunately, politicians and bureaucrats do not always understand how your business works or how their decisions impact you. That is why WMC is on the front lines every day to ensure your interests are being represented.
WMC is consistently ranked as the number one lobbying organization in Wisconsin. No one spends more time and energy fighting for the business community.
Founded in 1911, our mission is to make Wisconsin the most competitive state in the nation to do business. We are Wisconsin’s business voice.
2023-2024 Legislative Agenda
As we enter the 2023-2024 Legislative Session, Wisconsin stands at a fork in the road. The first path follows principles of limited government, lower taxes, fiscal restraint, and other pro-growth policies that lead to greater freedom and prosperity for Wisconsinites. The other path believes more government, more regulation, more spending, and more intervention by unelected bureaucrats is the answer for our state. We ask lawmakers to choose the first path – that of limited government.
Although Wisconsinites have enjoyed low unemployment and large wage increases, inflation driven by failed federal policies has actually reduced real income for far too many families the past two years. Now is the time to make government more affordable for our citizens.
Governor Tommy Thompson Backs Workforce Referendum in WMC Webinar
MADISON – Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) – the combined state chamber and manufacturers’ association – hosted a webinar on Wednesday to talk about the
WMC Statement on EPA-Proposed Guidelines for PFAS
MADISON – Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce Director of Environmental & Energy Policy Craig Summerfield released the below statement following the introduction of the EPA’s proposed
High Health Care Costs Hurting Wisconsin’s Economic Competitiveness
By Willard T. Walker, Jr. Wisconsin health care costs are some of the highest in the nation, placing a growing burden on our local businesses’