Committee on Small Business

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Chabot Announces Committee Leadership for 115th Congress

2017/01/17

WASHINGTON—House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) today announced the Committee’s leadership team for the 115th Congress.

All of our Small Business Committee Members are bringing invaluable experience and unmatched enthusiasm to our work already,” said Chairman Chabot. “I know that these individuals who have stepped up to lead our subcommittees will lead by example in turning ideas into solutions for America’s 28 million small businesses.”

115th Congress Small Business Committee Leadership

Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH)
Chairman

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO)
Vice Chairman

Rep. Rod Blum (R-IA)
Chairman, Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade

Rep. Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen (R-AS)
Chairwoman, Subcommittee on Health and Technology

Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA)
Chairman, Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access

Rep. Trent Kelly (R-MS)
Chairman, Subcommittee on Investigations, Oversight and Regulations

Rep. Steve Knight (R-CA)
Chairman, Subcommittee on Contracting and Workforce

Last week, the Small Business Committee announced its Republican Members for the 115th Congress. See the full roster here.

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Chabot Statement on Obamacare Repeal and Replacement

2017/01/13

 

WASHINGTON—Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) made the following statement after the House passed a crucial budget measure today that lays the foundation for the repeal of Obamacare and instructs lawmakers as the House begins the process of producing replacement legislation:

“The people who work at America’s 28 million small businesses cannot afford for us to wait another day to stop the damage of Obamacare from getting any worse,” said Chairman Chabot. “In the coming weeks and months, employers who have defied trends and managed to provide coverage to their workers are going to have to make hard decisions as premiums continue to rise and even more providers withdraw from the market. Today’s vote in the House is the essential first of many steps to rescue Americans from the crisis of Obamacare and begin a careful, caring, and intentional process that keeps their concerns at the forefront as we replace this devastating failure of a plan with one that will work.”

The House Small Business Committee has heard testimony from numerous small business employees and owners over the years about how Obamacare has cost jobs and opportunities in communities across the United States. See their stories HERE.

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Chairman Chabot Announces Republican Members for 115th Congress

2017/01/12

WASHINGTON -- Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) today announced the Republican Membership of the Small Business Committee for the 115th Congress.

“The Small Business Committee is fortunate to welcome these individuals who represent such a diverse array of communities, small businesses, and innovators from across the country,” said Chairman Chabot. “I know each of these Members will bring an entrepreneurial spirit to our work in the 115th Congress, and it’s going to be both a privilege and a pleasure to work with them.”

115th Congress Majority Committee Members

Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH)

Rep. Steve King (R-IA)

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO)

Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA)

Del. Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen (R-AS)

Rep. Steve Knight (R-CA)

Rep. Trent Kelly (R-MS)

Rep. Rod Blum (R-IA)*

Rep. James Comer (R-KY)*

Rep. Don Bacon (R-NE)*

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA)*

Resident Commissioner Jenniffer González-Colón (R-PR)*

Rep. Roger Marshall (R-KS)*


* Denotes Members new to the Committee

The Small Business Committee will meet for organizing purposes on February 1, 2017. A formal meeting announcement will be posted at smallbusiness.house.gov

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House Passes Small Business Regulatory Reform Measure

2017/01/11

Regulatory Accountability Act Includes Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements

WATCH Chairman Chabot’s Floor Remarks HERE.



WASHINGTON
– The U.S. House of Representatives has passed Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot’s measure to force federal regulators to craft smarter, less burdensome regulations that take into consideration their direct and reasonably foreseeable indirect economic effects, especially on small businesses.

Chabot’s bill, introduced last week as the Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act of 2017, passed the House this evening as Title III of H.R. 5, the Regulatory Accountability Act.

“Small businesses are found in every congressional district and every industry,” Chairman Chabot (R-Ohio) said. “They provide livelihoods for millions of workers and their families. Small businesses employ nearly half of the private sector workforce and generate two out of every three new private sector jobs.”

“The Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act eliminates loopholes that agencies, like the Internal Revenue Service, have used to avoid compliance with the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA).” Chabot explained. “It also forces agencies to analyze not only direct, but also indirect effects of rules on small businesses – just as agencies are required to do when promulgating major rules affecting the environment.”

See more about what regulatory reform means for America’s 28 million small businesses here.

Chairman Chabot will speak about this legislation and the Committee’s plans to provide regulatory relief for small businesses in the 115th Congress at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) TOMORROW at 9:00 am.

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House Passes Chairman Chabot’s Bill to Help Startups Access Early Capital

2017/01/10

HALOS Act Wins Bipartisan Support, Advances to U.S. Senate

Watch Chairman Chabot’s full remarks HERE.

WASHINGTON – The U.S. House has passed Small Business Committee Chairman Chabot’s bipartisan legislation to help startup companies access early capital. H.R. 79, the Helping Angels Lead Our Startups (HALOS) Act, was passed by a vote of  344 to 73.

“One popular way small businesses connect with angel investors is through ‘demo days,’” said Chairman Chabot (R-Ohio). “These exciting events are sponsored by universities, non-profits, local governments, or other groups, that allow entrepreneurs to showcase their products and informally meet investors and customers.”

“SEC regulations are threatening to force these events out of business by imposing unwieldy regulations dictating who is and who is not allowed to simply attend,” Chabot explained. “We must continue to work together to create an environment where our small businesses, the engines of our economy, grow and flourish. This bill is one more step in that direction.”

BACKGROUND:

 

  • Chairman Chabot’s HALOS Act is identified as a way to create opportunities for new entrepreneurs in House Republicans’ Better Way plan for the economy.

 

  • The bill, which now moves to the U.S. Senate for consideration, builds on a provision of the 2012 JOBS Act by allowing angel investor groups established by local governments, non-profits, universities and other organizations to host events designed to let entrepreneurs showcase their work and connect with potential backers. 
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Better Broadband for Small Businesses

2017/01/10

Chabot Backs House Move to Protect Small Biz from FCC Internet Takeover

Watch Chairman Chabot’s Floor Remarks HERE


WASHINGTON
– House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) today hailed House passage of H.R. 288, the Small Business Broadband Deployment Act. This legislation exempts small businesses from burdensome new Internet regulations imposed by President Obama’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for five years. The measure also increases the number of small businesses that can use the exemption from the FCC’s “Open Internet Order,” commonly known as “net neutrality.”

“Often times, small Internet providers are the only ones willing to take the risk and deploy broadband to particularly hard-to-reach areas of rural America,” Chairman Chabot said. “The last thing they have time for is the FCC imposing a greater regulatory burden on them, diverting precious resources to make Washington bureaucrats busy instead of doing what they do best –providing high quality broadband services to millions of Americans to every corner of the country.” 

Throughout the 114th Congress, Chairman Chabot and Small Business Committee Republicans pressed outgoing FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler on the impact of the new net neutrality of rules on small businesses.

Chairman Chabot will also be speaking at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) this Thursday on the Committee’s plans to provide regulatory relief for small businesses in the 115th Congress.

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Chairman Chabot on Passage of REINS Act

2017/01/05

WASHINGTON - House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) made the following statement upon House passage of H.R. 26, the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act:

"The regulatory impact of the Obama Administration on small businesses has been devastating,” said Chairman Chabot. “The REINS Act takes a giant step in returning power to the American people and making the Washington bureaucracy accountable to them.”

The REINS Act would send new rules that will have a significant impact on the economy to Congress for an up or down vote before they can be implemented.

Chairman Chabot has already introduced two key pieces of legislation as part of House Republicans’ Better Way plan for the economy that will reduce the regulatory burden on small businesses and entrepreneurs: H.R. 33, The Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act, and H.R. 79, The Helping Angels Lead Our Startups (HALOS) Act

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Chairman Chabot Introduces Bill to Help Startups Access Early Capital

2017/01/04

WASHINGTON – As the 115th Congress gets to work, House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) introduced H.R. 79, the Helping Angels Lead Our Startups (HALOS) Act.

Identified as a way to create opportunities for new entrepreneurs in House Republicans’ Better Way plan for the economy, this bill builds on a provision of the 2012 JOBS Act by allowing angel investor groups established by local governments, non-profits, universities and other organizations to host events designed to let entrepreneurs showcase their work and connect with potential backers. 

“When entrepreneurs are looking for ways to access the early capital they need to get off the ground, they look at every avenue available to them,” said Chairman Chabot“If we’re going to help open doors for the next generation of job creators, we need to take the same approach. This measure will help startups and investors cut through unnecessary red tape and provide them with new opportunities to succeed.”

Read more about the HALOS Act in A Better Way to Grow our Economy (Page 26).

This is the second piece of legislation introduced by Chairman Chabot in as many days to reduce the regulatory burden on small businesses and entrepreneurs. The Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act, H.R. 33, was introduced yesterday.  Read More

House Moves to Stop Obama’s “Midnight Regulations”

2017/01/04

WASHINGTON - House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) made the following statement upon House passage of H.R. 21, the Midnight Rules Relief Act, legislation to give Congress the power to stop, with one vote, all last minute regulations issued by the Obama administration.

“Over the last eight years, the Obama administration has gone on a regulatory rampage, issuing major rules that have cost over $100 billion annually,” said Chairman Chabot. “A disproportionate share of those enormous costs have fallen on American small businesses. It is unconscionable that the Obama Administration is using its final days in office to saddle small businesses with even more costs to pay for preserving his liberal legacy. The Midnight Rules Relief Act will help protect small businesses from further harm caused by 11th-hour Obama administration red tape."

At the end of last year, Chairman Chabot, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and other House Committee Chairmen sent aletterto the heads of all President Obama’s Cabinet departments and federal agencies warning them against moving forward with Midnight Regulations.

Click here to view Chairman Chabot’s remarks in support of this legislation.

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A Better Way Begins Today

2017/01/03

Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act Introduced on Day 1 of New Congress

WASHINGTON - House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) kicked off the 115th Congress by introducing H.R. 33, the Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act of 2017.

The bill forces federal regulators to craft smarter, less burdensome regulations that take into consideration their direct and reasonably foreseeable indirect economic effects, especially on small businesses.

“Small businesses are often hit first and worst by regulatory decisions made by Washington bureaucrats with little to no consideration about what they will mean for small businesses and their employees,” said Chairman Chabot. “The Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act represents a better way to grow our economy by ensuring that small businesses are no longer an afterthought in federal rulemaking. By giving small businesses and the people who depend on them a say in the regulations they must live under, it will force the federal government to think about what is best for our job creators before it acts, not after.”

The Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act strengthens and clarifies the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA) of 1980.  In the over 36 years since the RFA was enacted, agencies have exploited loopholes to get around the good-government intentions of the original legislation. The Internal Revenue Service frequently uses these loopholes to avoid RFA compliance. Chairman Chabot’s bill closes these loopholes by requiring more detailed analysis of proposed regulations, providing greater opportunity for small business input, and ensuring agencies regularly review regulations already on the books for their economic impact on small businesses. 

Original Cosponsors: Goodlatte (R-VA), Marino (R-PA), Radewagen (R-AS), Knight (R-CA), Cuellar (D-TX), Graves (R-MO), Sessions (R-TX), King (R-IA), Kelly (R-MS), Tipton (R-CO), Curbelo (R-FL), Hultgren (R-IL), and Luetkemeyer (R-MO). 

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Opportunity Rising: the FAA’s New Regulatory Framework for Commercial Drone Operations

2016/09/27




Chairman Cresent Hardy has scheduled a hearing of the Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Investigations, Oversight and Regulations titled, Opportunity Rising: the FAA’s New Regulatory Framework for Commercial Drone Operations. The hearing is scheduled to begin at 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List

Opening Statement (As Prepared for Delivery)
Chairman Cresent Hardy (R-NV)

Witness List

Mr. Gabriel Dobbs
Vice President, Business Development and Policy
Kespry Inc.
Menlo Park, CA
*Testifying on behalf of the Small UAV Coalition
Testimony
Disclosure
Mr. Brian Wynne
President & CEO
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International
Arlington, VA
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Jonathan H. Daniels
President
Praxis Aerospace Concepts International, Inc
Henderson, NV
Testimony
Disclosure

Ms. Lisa Ellman
Partner
Hogan Lovells US LLP
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure 




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IRS Puts Small Businesses through Audit Wringer

2016/09/14



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Chairman Steve Chabot has scheduled a hearing of the Committee on Small Business titled, "IRS Puts Small Businesses through Audit Wringer." The hearing is scheduled to begin at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building. 

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List

Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH)
Opening Statement (As Prepared for Delivery)

Witnesses 
Ms. Kathy Petronchak
Director of IRS Practices and Procedures
alliantgroup, LP
Mr. Warren Hudak
President
Hudak & Company
Lemoyne, PA
*Testifying on behalf of the National Association of Enrolled Agents
Testimony
Disclosure 

Mr. Don Williamson
Executive Director
Kogod Tax Policy Center
American University
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure 

Ms. Jennifer E. Breen
Partner
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Washington, DC
*Testifying on behalf of the American Bar Association Section of Taxation
Testimony
Disclosure 

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The Cumulative Burden of President Obama’s Executive Orders on Small Contractors

2016/09/13



Chairmen Cresent Hardy and Richard Hanna have scheduled a joint hearing of the Committee on Small Business Subcommittees on Investigations, Oversight, and Regulations and Contracting and Workforce titled, “The Cumulative Burden of President Obama’s Executive Orders on Small Contractors.”  The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, September 13, 2016.

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List

Witnesses

Mr. James P. Hoffman, P.E.
President
Summer Consultants, Inc.
McLean, VA
*Testifying on behalf of the American Council of Engineering Companies
Testimony
Disclosure

Ms. Donna S. Huneycutt
Co-Owner and Chief Operating Officer
Wittenberg Weiner Consulting, LLC
Tampa, FL
*Testifying on behalf of the National Defense Industrial Association
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Jimmy Christianson
Regulatory Counsel
Associated General Contractors of America
Arlington, VA
Testimony
Disclosure

David Madland, Ph.D.
Senior Fellow & Senior Advisor to the American Worker Project
Center for American Progress
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure




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Struggling to Grow: Assessing the Challenges for Small Businesses in Rural America

2016/09/08

Chairman Tim Huelskamp has scheduled a hearing of the Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access titled, “Struggling to Grow: Assessing the Challenges for Small Businesses in Rural America.”  The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 A.M. on September 8, 2016 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List

Subcommittee Chairman Huelskamp (R-KS)
Opening Statement

Witnesses 
Mr. John Dearie
Author
"Where the Job Are: Entrepreneurship and the Soul of the American Economy"
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure 

Mr. Robert Boyd
County Commissioner
Riley County
Manhattan, KS
*Testifying on behalf of the National Association of Counties
Testimony
Disclosure 

Mr. Hugh Middleton
Co-Founder
Kopis Mobile LLC
Flowood, MS
Testimony
Disclosure 

Linsley Kinkade
Deputy Director
U.S. Programs
Winrock International 
Little Rock, AR 72202
Testimony
Disclosure 



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Ensuring Opportunities: Oversight of the HUBZone Program

2016/09/07

Chairman Steve Chabot has scheduled a hearing of the Committee on Small Business titled, “Ensuring Opportunities: Oversight of the HUBZone Program." The hearing will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List

Opening Statement (As Prepared for Delivery)
Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH)

Witnesses
Mr. William B. Shear
Director
Financial Markets and Community Investment
United States Government Accountability Office
Washington, DC
Testimony

Mr. John Shoraka
Associate Administrator
Office of Government Contracts and Business Development
United States Small Business Administration
Washington, DC
Testimony



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Ready for Liftoff: The Importance of Small Businesses in the NASA Supply Chain

2016/07/12


Chairman Carlos Curbelo has scheduled a hearing of the Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade titled, “Ready for Liftoff:  The Importance of Small Businesses in the NASA Supply Chain.” The hearing will begin at 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 in Room 2360 in the Rayburn House Office Building.

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List

Subcommittee Chairman Carlos Curbelo (R-FL)
Opening Statement (As Prepared for Delivery)

Witness List 

Mr. Chris Carberry
CEOand Co-Founder
Explore Mars, Inc.
Beverly, MA
Testimony
Disclosure 

George Davis, Ph.D.
President and Founder
Emergent Space Technologies
Ms. Carol Craig
President and CEO
Craig Technologies
Cape Canaveral, FL
Testimony
Disclosure 

Mr. Stephen Gorevan
Chairman
Honeybee Robotics, Ltd.
Brooklyn, NY
Testimony
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Foreign Cyber Threats: Small Business, Big Target

2016/07/06

Chairman Steve Chabot has scheduled a full committee hearing of the Committee on Small Business titled "Foreign Cyber Threats: Small Business, Big Target" The hearing is scheduled to begin at 2 PM on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building. 

Hearing Materials
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Video

Witness List
Mr. Jamil N. Jaffer
Director
Homeland and National Law Program
George Mason School of Law
Arlington, VA
Testimony

Mr. Justin Zeefe
Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Nisos Group
Alexandria, VA
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Nova J. Daly
Senior Public Policy Advisor
Wiley Rein LLP
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure

Ms. Angela Dingle
Founder, President and CEO
Ex Nihilo
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure

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Damaging Repercussions: DOL’s Overtime Rule, Small Employers, and their Employees

2016/06/23

Chairman Steve Chabot has scheduled a hearing of the Committee on Small Business titled, “Damaging Repercussions: DOL’s Overtime Rule, Small Employers, and their Employees.” The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, June 23, 2016, in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Video
4. Hearing Memo

Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH)
Opening Statement (As Prepared for Delivery)

Witnesses

Mr. Adam Robinson
Co-founder/CEO Hireology
Chicago, IL
*Testifying on behalf of the Job Creators Network
Testimony
Disclosure

The Honorable Jerrie Tipton
Commission Chair Mineral County
Hawthorne, NV
*Testifying on behalf of the National Association of Counties
Testimony

Mr. Albert F. Macre
General Partner
Payroll + Services
Steubenville, OH
*Testifying on behalf of the National Federation of Independent Business
Testimony
Disclosure 

Ms. Christine V. Walters, JD, MAS, SHRM
-SCP, SPHR
Sole Proprietor
FiveL Company
Westminster, MD
*Testifying on behalf of the Society for Human Resource Management
Testimony
Disclosure 

Mr. Ross Eisenbrey
Vice President
Economic Policy Institute
Testimony
Disclosure 

Letters for the Record 
National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies
Credit Union National Association
Independent Electrical Contractors
National Retail Federation
Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America
WorldatWork
Partnership to Protect Workplace Opportunity
Independent Community Bankers of America
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Audits and Attitudes: Is the IRS Helping or Hurting Small Businesses?

2016/06/22

Chairman Tim Huelskamp has scheduled a hearing of the Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access titled "Audits and Attitudes: Is the IRS Helping or Hurting Small Businesses?" The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:30 A.M. on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building. 

Hearing Materials
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Video
4. Hearing Memo

Chairman Tim Huelskamp (R-KS)
Opening Statement (As Prepared for Delivery)

Witness List
Mr. Pete Sepp
President National Taxpayers Union
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Lee Davenport
Member Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee (ETAAC)
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Roger Harris
President & COO
Padgett Business Services
Athens, GA
Testimony
Disclosure

Ms. Emily Peterson-Cassin
Project Coordinator
Bright Lines
Washington, DC
* Testifying on behalf of Public Citizen
Testimony
Disclosure 

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Bearing the Burden: Over-regulation’s Impact on Small Banks and Rural Communities

2016/06/09

Chairman Tim Huelskamp has scheduled a hearing of the Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access titled, "Bearing the Burden: Over-regulation’s Impact on Small Banks and Rural Communities." The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, June 9, 2016 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

Hearing Materials

1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Memo
4. Hearing Video

Subcommittee Chairman Tim Huelskamp (R-KS)
Opening Statement (As Prepared for Delivery)

Witnesses

Mr. Shan Hanes
President/CEO
First National Bank of Elkhart
Elkhart, KS
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Roger M. Beverage
President & CEO
Oklahoma Bankers Association
Oklahoma City, OK *
Testifying on behalf of the American Bankers Association 
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Marcus Stanley
Policy Director Americans for Financial Reform
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure 

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Contact Information

2361 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-5821
Fax 202-225-3587
smbiz.house.gov


Membership

Mike Bost

ILLINOIS' 12th DISTRICT

Dave Brat

VIRGINIA's 7th DISTRICT

Steve Chabot

OHIO's 1st DISTRICT

Carlos Curbelo

FLORIDA's 26th DISTRICT

Chris Gibson

NEW YORK's 19th DISTRICT

Richard Hanna

NEW YORK's 22nd DISTRICT

Cresent Hardy

NEVADA's 4th DISTRICT

Tim Huelskamp

KANSAS' 1st DISTRICT

Steve King

IOWA's 4th DISTRICT

Steve Knight

CALIFORNIA's 25th DISTRICT

Blaine Luetkemeyer

MISSOURI's 3rd DISTRICT

Amata Radewagen

AMERICAN SAMOA

Tom Rice

SOUTH CAROLINA's 7th DISTRICT

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