A Message from your NFIB Michigan State Director

Date: January 07, 2016 Last Edit: January 11, 2016

Happy New Year!

We wanted to take a moment to bring you up to date on what
is going on at NFIB/Michigan for 2016:

The Governor’s State of the State address will take place on
Tuesday, January 19. That will be the unofficial kick off to the 2016 legislative
session. As a prelude to His address, we have been working on our 2016 Michigan
Main Street Agenda. This is a summary of the top small business issues we will
be pursuing this year. Keep in mind that these issues are not the only things
we will be working on, just the bigger priority issues for our members. As
things move along there are always new challenges and opportunities that will
pop up and our focus will shift accordingly. Like the great philosopher Mike
Tyson once said: “Everybody has a plan, and then someone punches you in the
face!”

We will release our 2016 Main Street Agenda to the media
next week.

If you can’t wait, visit our website. We have just finished
updating it to reflect our plans for 2016. You can take a look at the 2016 small
business challenges (the website labels them as issues) in detail HERE.

Also, let’s not forget that there were some great small
business victories in 2015 and you can check them out HERE.

You can also check out the latest news clips featuring NFIB
activity in the media HERE.

Finally, we have some exciting member meetings and webinars
on tap for 2016 including another Small Business Day at the Capitol on April
13th!

So stay tuned.

Until then, we hope you had some time to recharge your
batteries over the holidays and we are wishing you the best in 2016!

Charlie
Owens

NFIB/Michigan
State Director

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