Donohue says Chamber will ‘deepen bench’ to fight ‘flood of new regulations’

“It's very simple. If the agenda gets bigger, the challenges get broader, if the demands get more significant, then you have to have the assets. We will grow our staff some, but we will also do very well by acquiring outside assistance and professionals that we can contract with,” Donohue said.

Donohue also suggested there will be more lawsuits coming from the Chamber. The business group has been in court several times opposing regulations from the Obama administration.

“If you have a significant increase in lawsuits, then you need some more support and management staff and a couple more lawyers,” Donohue said. “Yes, we will get stronger. We will get bigger.”