The IECA serves as a forum for member organizations to learn about legislation being considered in the California Legislature and the United States Congress or regulations being proposed by State and Federal Agencies and advocate with a unified voice. 


Membership in the IECA is open to Chambers of Commerce or business councils that are associated with a city or region. 


elected officials that represent all, or parts of Riverside and/or San Bernardino counties as either statewide constitutional officers, or as members of the U.S. Congress, the California Legislature, the County Boards of Supervisors or the California Board of Equalization.


The IECA Policy Platform guides the organizations public policy efforts by outlining guiding principles on key policy matters impacting businesses in the region. 


The IECA takes positions on legislation proposed in Sacramento or Washington DC, on regulations proposed by state or federal agencies and on initiatives appearing on the ballot.  


Announcements on the latest positions or activities taken by the IECA. 


The IECA hosts discussions with local, state and federal elected officials about the issues impacting the business community in the Inland Empire. 

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