Congressman Steve King issued the following statement after being named a “Guardian of Small Business” by the National Federation of Independent Business. Congressman King received the NFIB’s “Guardian of Small Business” award from NFIB President and CEO Dan Danner this morning.
“I am honored to be named a ‘Guardian of Small Business’ by the National Federation of Independent Business,” said King. “Small businesses need lower taxes and regulatory relief if they are to continue to serve as the job-creating engine of our economy. Being named a ‘Guardian of Small Business’ is a reflection of my commitment to reducing the burden that Washington places on small businesses, so that all Americans can benefit from a stronger economic climate.”
“I would also like to commend the NFIB for their early recognition of the many problems that ObamaCare poses for small businesses,” King continued. “I am collecting signatures on discharge petition #11 to force a vote on my bill to fully repeal ObamaCare. Repealing ObamaCare is one of the most beneficial acts that Congress could take on behalf of small businesses, and I will continue to lead the charge for repeal.”
During the presentation ceremony, NFIB President and CEO Dan Danner praised Congressman King’s voting record as a record that reveals a strong commitment to “standing up for small business.”
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