In a Win for Main Street, House Committee on Small Business Passes and Recommends Six Bills to the House of Representatives
Washington, May 23, 2023
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Chairman Roger Williams (R-TX) led a full Committee on Small Business markup where all six bills considered were passed by committee. Chairman Williams issued the following statement after concluding today’s markup.
“Today’s successful markup is just the start of the Committee’s work in being the voice for Main Street America here in Washington,” said Chairman Williams. “I want to thank all our members for their hard work in introducing these sensible bipartisan bills that would have a positive impact on our country’s small businesses and our nation’s veterans.”
H.R. 1644 – The “7(a) Loan Agent Oversight Act” – introduced by Reps. Meuser, Phillips, and Luetkemeyer.
H.R. 1651 – The “Small Business 7(a) Loan Agent Transparency Act” – introduced by Reps. Phillips and Meuser.
H.R. 1541 – The “Small Business Workforce Pipeline Act of 2023” – introduced by Reps. Crow, Molinaro, Thanedar, and Salazar.
H.R. 1730 – The “Supporting Small Businesses and Career and Technical Education Act of 2023” – introduced by Chairman Williams, Reps. Gluesenkamp Perez, and Luetkemeyer.
H.R. 1606 – The “Veteran Entrepreneurship Training Act of 2023” - introduced by Rep. Schneider, Chairman Williams, Reps. McGarvey, and Ellzey.
H.R. 3511 – The “Service-Disabled Veteran Opportunities in Small Business Act” - introduced by Reps. LaLota and McGarvey.