An Update from Your NFIB/Tennessee State Director

Date: January 18, 2016 Last Edit: January 19, 2016

The second half of the 109th General Assembly started Tuesday, Jan. 12. NFIB expects a brisk session, with committees beginning to close in mid-March and session over perhaps as early as April 11.

The second half of the 109th General Assembly started Tuesday, Jan. 12. NFIB expects a brisk session, with committees beginning to close in mid-March and session over perhaps as early as April 11.

NFIB will be sending several action alerts in the weeks ahead. We strongly encourage you to be an activist for small business and help us stop bad legislation and pass good reforms. Please respond to these alerts!

Your legislators pay close attention to your views and concerns.

Tax reform is a priority in 2016. NFIB is working with coalitions to roll back the harmful Retail Accountability Program that burdens wholesalers and is unfair to retailers, as well as passage of a bill that would enable more flexibility for businesses that estimate their franchise & excise tax liability.

Make your voice heard! Thank you, as always, for your support as an NFIB member.

Jim Brown

NFIB/Tennessee State Director

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