Sean Hackbarth | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Sean Hackbarth

Sean Hackbarth
Senior Editor, Digital Content

Sean has written for various U.S. Chamber properties since 2011. In 1999, Sean launched a “weblog” and never looked back, becoming a self-proclaimed pioneer of the medium. At the Chamber, he writes about public policies affecting businesses including energy, health care, and regulations. When not battling those making it harder for American businesses to succeed, Sean raves about all things Wisconsin (his home state), religiously follows the Green Bay Packers, and posts food pictures to Instagram. In addition, Sean may or may not have an unhealthy obsession with Canadian power trio Rush.

Latest Content

In 1988 Ronald Reagan Explained Why We Should Be Thankful for Trade

President Reagan's Radio Address on Canadian Elections and Free Trade on November 26, 1988

“Back in 1776, our Founding Fathers believed that free trade was worth fighting for."

Small Businesses are Getting Antsy About the U.S. Economy. Passing Tax Reform Could Be Just the Thing.

The MetLife & U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Index rose in the fourth quarter.

The Clock is Ticking, and the Dreamers Can’t Wait

Congress must “enact legislation protecting DACA recipients prior to year's end,” said the U.S. Chamber's Neil Bradley.

NAFTA’s Future Spawns Uncertainty and Opportunity for Agriculture and Energy

U.S. farmers and businesses will be successful if negotiations result in greater access to North American markets.

Big Lease Sales Show Trump Administration is Serious about American Energy

We now have an administration that appreciates the good things America’s energy resources do for families, jobs, and the economy