WATCH: NFIB Holds First VIRTUAL TX Small Business Day

Date: March 05, 2021

We held our first virtual Small Business Day at the Capitol March 1-3.

Small Business Day is usually held in person at a site near the State Capitol and includes one-on-one and group meetings at the Capitol with individual legislators. We moved this year’s event online because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On the first day of the three-day program, NFIB State Director Annie Spilman updated members about what was happening in the Texas Legislature.

Day 2 included messages from Gov. Greg Abbott and NFIB President & CEO Brad Close and a small-business panel moderated by NFIB State Legislative Director John McCord.

On the third and final day, Kevin Kuhlman, NFIB’s vice president of federal public affairs, gave a briefing on federal legislation that could affect Texas businesses.

And state Sen. Kelly Hancock spoke about a host of issues including the state’s electric grid.


If you have questions about state or federal legislation affecting your small business, contact NFIB State Director Annie Spilman or NFIB State Legislative Director John McCord.

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