The death of George Floyd at the hands of four police officers in Minneapolis was a monumental tragedy. I have spent the days since reflecting on what the Chamber’s role — and my role as president and CEO — should be in the aftermath of such a horrific event.

On a personal level, I was saddened and sickened that four people that our society relied on to serve and protect us could perpetuate such cruelty on a fellow human being.

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