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Event will feature business owners, State Sen. Chuck Morse and State Rep. Richard Hinch
MANCHESTER, NH – Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire announced it is hosting a business roundtable with the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) on Monday, September 9th. The event will feature a collection of business owners, including many small business owners, from across the state as they discuss the importance business tax relief has meant for their businesses and workers. The event will also feature State Sen. Chuck Morse and State Rep. Richard Hinch as they discuss the legislative path forward for employer taxes.
WHAT: Business Roundtable, Co-Hosted by Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire and the National Federation of Independent Business
WHO: Business Owners, Rep. Richard Hinch, Sen. Chuck Morse
WHERE: Brady Sullivan
670 N Commercial Street, Manchester, NH
WHEN: Monday, September 9th, 2019
12:00PM – 1:00PM
RSVP: Email Greg Moore at GMoore@afphq.org
Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire State Director Greg Moore issued the following statement:
“Business tax relief has been one of the main drivers of our state’s booming economy, yet the vetoed state budget would compromise the economic growth we’ve seen since tax relief has gone into effect. We are excited to host this roundtable that will feature employers from across the state. Instead of punishing these job creators with harmful tax increases, we should keep our pro-growth policies in place and ensure our economic growth continues.”
NFIB New Hampshire State Director Bruce Berke issued the following statement:
“Workers and small businesses have reaped the benefits of tax relief with more jobs, higher labor force participation, and more opportunity. Tax relief has only strengthened our New Hampshire Advantage of low taxes that has helped New Hampshire become the preeminent state for businesses to set up shop and expand. We’re excited to showcase these small businesses that are just some of the success stories we’ve seen throughout the state from business tax reduction.”
Read Greg Moore and Bruce Berke’s op-ed here on tax relief boosting the state’s economy and adding jobs.