Chairman Chabot Previews President Obama’s FINAL State of the Union
Under Obama, Small Businesses Get Hit Worst and First
WASHINGTON - House Committee on Small Business Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) made the following statement about what he expects from President Obama’s final State of the Union address tonight:
“Small business owners tell me a very different story than the one I expect President Obama to tell tonight. When President Obama circumvents Congress and takes executive action, small businesses get hit worst and they get hit first. From the unworkable, unaffordable ObamaCare law to an avalanche of new taxation, regulation and litigation, small businesses have been squeezed by this administration for eight years. I hope the President will put partisanship aside and work with Congress to relieve the burden on our entrepreneurs so they can focus on creating jobs and growing this economy.”
Chairman Chabot stopped by the nationally-syndicated Fox News Radio program “Kilmeade and Friends” this morning to discuss with host Brian Kilmeade what the President’s address will mean for the nation’s 28 million small businesses. The interview will be made availablehere.