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image by Randy Young, 3 March 2016
The US Chamber of Commerce is an American conservative lobbying group; it is
not an official part of the US Government. Founded in 1912, the group lobbies
politicians on behalf of American businesses and attempts to promote
pro-business political agendas and legislation.
The flag of the US Chamber of Commerce can be seen online at http://morgangriffith.house.gov and https://www.whitehouse.gov/. The flag features the organization's logo centered on a blue field. The logo itself is circular with red and white wavy bars on the left half and blue on the right half, meant to evoke images of the American flag. The white head of a bald eagle protrudes from the red and white side into the blue side of the logo. The logo is enclosed within a white ring bearing the words in black "THE SPIRIT OF ENTERPRISE" across the top and "U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE" across the bottom, separated by white five-pointed stars fimbriated black.
Randy Young, 3 March 2016