: Small Businesses and America Can’t Afford the Republican Tax Deal
The House Republican tax plan will hurt America’s small businesses. While giant corporations receive huge tax giveaways under the House Republican plan, the vast majority of American small businesses get nothing, making it even harder for them to compete. Meanwhile, the plan would explode the national debt, giving congressional Republicans an excuse to slash key investments in infrastructure, education, and critical programs such as Medicare and Medicaid—placing even more strain on communities and the small businesses that serve them. Small business owners need strong public investments in their communities, which help create resilient and sustainable local economies that enable small businesses to thrive.
Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund and the Main Street Alliance Action Fund on Tuesday, November 14, at 12:15 p.m. for an event on tax reform and small business. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) will keynote the event and join a conversation with business owners and policy experts to follow.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)
David Borris, owner, Hel’s Kitchen Catering; Executive Committee member, Main Street Alliance
ReShonda Young, owner, Popcorn Heaven; Executive Committee member, Main Street Alliance
Deborah Field, co-owner, Paperjam Press; Executive Committee member, Main Street Alliance of Oregon
Beverly Armstrong, founder & CEO, Brazo Fuerte Artisanal Beer
Seth Hanlon, senior fellow, Center for American Progress Action Fund