Missouri State Director Brad Jones hosts virtual event discussing the 2023 legislative session.
Although Main Street businesses are grateful the General Assembly didn’t pass any legislation that makes it harder to do business in Missouri before they adjourned their 2023 legislative session, there are numerous opportunities for lawmakers to address small business concerns next session.
Small business owners learned more about those opportunities and victories secured in the 2023 session during a virtual event hosted by NFIB State Director Brad Jones. During the event, attendees were able to participate in a Q&A and learn more about the issues NFIB is tracking in Jeff City and in Washington, D.C.
Upon the conclusion of the virtual event, Jones encouraged members to remain engaged and elect candidates who will support small business priorities with sound public policy:
“It’s one thing for lawmakers to hear from me on a particular issue. It’s a whole lot more meaningful for lawmakers to hear directly from the job creators they represent. We’re grateful to our members for engaging their lawmakers so we can get common-sense solutions across the finish line.”
NFIB makes it easy for you to keep up legislation that will impact your business at the state or federal level, and how you can get involved. Download the NFIB Engage App by visiting www.nfib.com/app/.
In the app, you will receive:
- Action alerts about legislation affecting small business
- Opportunities to contact your lawmakers
- Invites for NFIB events and online webinars
- News on NFIB’s latest work for small business in your state and around the country
Already have the app? Don’t forget to create or update your member profile! Your profile allows us to customize your experience with NFIB. For more information, visit the NFIB Advocacy Center.
If you have any questions, reach out to Jones via email or at (573) 634-7660.