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Washington Post: Chabot one of small business's most influential advocates

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Washington, December 8, 2015 | comments

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 policy makers to raise awareness and support House bills that impact the small business community.” 

The list, including only a few of Members of Congress, also notes the influence wielded on small business by Administration officials, trade organization leaders, Speaker Paul Ryan and President Barack Obama.

See “the 19 most influential people in D.C. who can affect your small businesshere.
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