ICYMI: Rep. Miller Agrees WV Can't Afford New Tax on Small Business

Date: July 20, 2022

NFIB State Director Gil White released the following statement today in response to U.S. Rep. Carol Miller’s guest editorial in The Herald-Dispatch agreeing with NFIB’s position that West Virginia cannot afford a new federal tax on small businesses:

“Supporters of this tax hike say they’re trying to close a loophole, but that’s simply not true. This is a tax increase on West Virginia’s job creators. Our small business members already are struggling because of soaring inflation and disruptions in the supply chain. If this tax passes Congress and is signed into law, it would reset the clock on West Virginia’s small business recovery. On behalf of our members, I want to thank Representative Miller for standing up for small business and encourage our entire congressional delegation to follow her lead.”

On Monday, NFIB launched a radio ad campaign in West Virginia urging Sen. Joe Manchin to stand against the new proposed small business tax and any tax increases on small businesses. Listen to the 30-second ad here: https://youtu.be/9usR6VigvV4

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