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The Small Business Administration will host a roundtable series to hear from small businesses facing regulatory burdens

by Ray Hayes

The SBA wants to hear from small business owners concerned about regulatory reform. The Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy recently announced that it will host a roundtable series on taking place June 7th and 8th in Baton Rouge, and New Orleans, LA.  The objective will be to “hear firsthand from small businesses facing regulatory burdens [on] … which federal agency regulations should be considered for reform or elimination and which regulations are problematic for your business.” Furthermore, the Office of Advocacy plans to compile a report about the regulatory burdens many small businesses are facing while also identifying recommendations for regulatory change. The concerns steam from the recent passing of President Trump’s Executive Orders 13771 and 13777 on regulatory reform.

The SBA plans on adding more dates and locations to the roundtable series in the near future. The expected locations include Idaho, Arizona, Missouri and many more. If you are interested in attending the upcoming event in Baton Rouge or New Orleans please visit the site below for registration information.

Baton Rouge = https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sba-office-of-advocacy-regional-regulatory-roundtable-baton-rouge-la-tickets-34252094938

New Orleans = https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sba-office-of-advocacy-regional-regulatory-roundtable-new-orleans-la-tickets-34437502497

http://www.natlawreview.com/article/sba-to-host-regional-small-business-roundtables-regulatory-reform

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