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Local NFIB Legislative Update Meetings Near YOU!

Date: April 29, 2014

Lansing, Jackson, Iron Mountain, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids,Flint, Auburn Hills...

Find out what is happening in Lansing and Washington DC that affects your small business. Minimum Wage, Obamacare, Personal Property Tax, Gas Tax and more. Get the news from the front lines at The NFIB Small Business Legislative Update.

After wandering in the wilderness for more than ten years, Michigan has made some dramatic course corrections and appears to be headed in the right direction. So, where should Michigan go next? What policy changes are still needed? How does small business fit into the picture?

NFIB State Director Charlie Owens will review the important legislative accomplishments of the past few years and discuss what lies ahead for small business and the future of our state including such issues as a minimum wage increase, Obamacare and personal property reform.

Please RSVP to Amanda Fisher at 517-485-3409 or email amanda.fisher@nfib.org if you would like to attend.  There is not cost to attend thanks to our generous sponsors: The Michigan Association of Health Plans.

Lansing Area - May 6 - 7:30 AM

NFIB/Michigan Office
115 West Allegan, 6th Floor, Lansing, MI


 Jackson Area - May 6 - 12:00 NOON

Cascades Manor House
1970 Kibby Rd., Jackson, MI

Iron Mountain Area - May 9 - 7:30 AM (CST)

Country Inn & Suites
2005 S. Stephenson, Iron Mountain

Kalamazoo Area - May 14 - 7:30 AM

Service Master 
 3344 Ravine Rd., Kalamazoo, MI

Grand Rapids Area - May 14 - 12:00 NOON

Country Inn & Suites East
3251 Deposit Dr., NE, Grand Rapids, MI (on the Beltline and I-96)

Genesee - May 20 - 7:30 AM

Office of Fromholz, Paawwe & Baker, PC
5080 W. Bristol Rd.,  Flint, MI

SE Michigan - May 20 - 12:00 NOON

Office of Pilchak, Cohen & Tice, PC
3062 E. Walton Blvd., Auburn Hills, MI


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