BRADLEY HONORED FOR SUPPORT OF SMALL BUSINESS
Receives National Federation of Independent Business' "Guardian of Small Business" Award
(Washington, D.C.) - First District Congressman Jeb Bradley was honored today by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) with its "Guardian of Small Business" Award at a ceremony on Capitol Hill. Bradley received the award for his strong pro-small business voting record during the 109th Congress.
"Small businesses are the catalyst for the New Hampshire economy and produce the majority of new jobs in the state. As a former small business owner myself, I understand the tremendous burden that today's tax code and regulations can have on a small business, and that's why I support measures to reform our tax code, prevent lawsuit abuse, and make health care more affordable for small business owners and their employees," stated Bradley, a member of the House Small Business and Budget Committees. "I am honored to be recognized by the NFIB with this award and will continue to support legislation that allows our nation's small businesses to grow."
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