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  • Chairman Chabot Talks #LastSOTU with WKRC in Cincinnati
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on January 12, 2016 | Preview rr
    Tags: Taxes

    WASHINGTON - House Committee on Small Business Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) discussed President Obama's last State of the Union address and what it means for the economy and small businesses with WKRC TV in Cincinnati today. Watch the Interview HERE Chabot on the economy: "We ought to be a lot further along than we are right now and unfortunately because the tax code is far too complicated and because the government continues to over-regulate both individuals and small businesses in this country... Read more

  • Chabot Talks Small Business Victories in 2015 on Cincinnati’s Fox 19
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on December 18, 2015 | Preview rr

    House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH), in a wide-ranging year-end interview with Cincinnati’s Fox 19, talked about how Congress acted to give small businesses big victories in 2015. Chabot specifically talked about how the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act will provide small businesses in Ohio and across the country with tax certainty this holiday season. The U.S. House passed the legislation yesterday making key tax provisions such as Section 179 expensing an... Read more

  • Chabot Talks 2016 Small Business Outlook on MSNBC
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on December 14, 2015 | Preview rr
    Tags: Taxes, Regulatory Reform / Regulations

    Chabot Talks 2016 Small Business Outlook on MSNBC House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) stopped by MSNBC’s "Your Business with JJ Ramberg" this weekend to discuss the outlook for small businesses in 2016 and his work on tax and regulatory reform to help America's entrepreneurs. Watch the full interview here Read more

  • Washington Post: Chabot one of small business's most influential advocates
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on December 8, 2015 | Preview rr

    Washington Post “On Small Business” columnist Gene Marks is out today with his list of the 19 most influential people in Washington who impact small business, naming Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) one of the top advocates for America’s small businesses in the nation’s capital. Chairman Chabot rounded out the list’s top three slots as “one of the most pro-taxpayer members of Congress,” using his role at the committee to meet “frequently with small business owners and polic... Read more

  • Four reasons why the EMV transition matters to small business
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on October 20, 2015 | Preview rr

    At the Small Business Committee, we make it our job to understand what’s helping and hurting those small businesses that employ roughly half of the private sector and support every community in America. So when new technology impacts every person who holds a major credit card and the more than 20 million small businesses that accept them, we should talk about it. This month, the transition to EMV chip technology for credit card purchases officially went into effect. The deadline for places of bu... Read more

  • USA Today: The Purchaser-in-Chief

    Posted in In Case You Missed It on October 13, 2015 | Preview rr

    Over the weekend, USA TODAY took a look at how President Obama uses executive power over federal contracts to carry out his agenda. "It's completely in line with his sort of pen-and-phone philosophy. Obama is trying to impose his will through his bureaucracy," said Rep. Steve Chabot, R-Ohio, the chairman of the House Small Business Committee. "The shame of it is that the people who are going to suffer are small businesses and families all across this country. The large corporations will find a ... Read more

  • ICYMI: Who’s in-charge of overseeing the SBA? An Interview With Chairman Chabot
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on June 19, 2015 | Preview rr

    Who’s in-charge of overseeing the SBA? An Interview With Chairman Chabot by Marc Prosser The House Small Business Committee oversees the Small Business Administration. Recently, the Committee acquired a new Chairman, Congressman Steve Chabot of Ohio. While new to the chairmanship, Congressman Chabot has been serving on the Committee for 19 years. I had the chance to interview the Chairman on a late Friday afternoon. As I am not a reporter from a big national publication or a local Ohio news out... Read more

  • Chabot: Small Businesses Need Trade Priorities and Accountability from Washington
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on June 10, 2015 | Preview rr
    Tags: International Trade

    Chabot: Small Businesses Need Trade Priorities and Accountability from Washington As seen in the Washington Examiner Ninety-nine percent of American companies are actually small businesses, and they employ over half of the entire American workforce. When you stop and consider the fact that only two out of every 100 of those companies participate in international trade, it's obvious we're just not thinking big enough anymore. The Trade Priorities and Accountability Act doesn't just help us think ... Read more

  • ICYMI: Despite Birthday Celebrations, the Blistering Truth About Obamacare and Small Businesses
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on March 23, 2015 | Preview rr

    ICYMI: Despite Birthday Celebrations, the Blistering Truth About Obamacare and Small Businesses WASHINGTON - In the lead-up to the Obama administration's self-congratulatory celebration of the 5th anniversary of Obamacare today, national newspapers this weekend published a blistering account from the Associated Press of the law's crippling affect on American small businesses. Highlights from the report: “Complying with the health care law is costing small businesses thousands of dollars that the... Read more

  • Washington Post: Meet Congress’s new small business leaders
    Posted in In Case You Missed It on February 17, 2015 | Preview rr

    Washington Post: Meet Congress’s new small business leaders Rep. Steve Chabot can empathize with small business owners. Before launching his political career – and between his two stints in Congress – the Ohio Republican and seasoned attorney owned and ran his own law practice in Cincinnati. “We were a small storefront law office, and we had to deal with all the things that come with running a business,” Chabot said in a recent interview on the Hill. “I have seen firsthand the challenges that ar... Read more