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An Opportunity for Small Businesses in Indiana

Small businesses in Indiana have an opportunity to help lawmakers shape legislation that will help their small business. 

The Indiana General Assembly's Small Business Caucus will be holding town hall meetings throughout Indiana to assess the needs of small businesses.  In August and September small businesses will be given the chance to meet with lawmakers and discuss what government can do to help their operations grow.

The Indiana General Assembly's Small Business Caucus was formed earlier this year by legislators interested in ways to improve the climate for the types of businesses that represent more than 97 percent of all employers in the state, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

This is an opportunity for the over 448,000 small businesses in Indiana to talk to lawmakers about legislation that is negatively impacting their small businesses. 

The town hall meeting dates and locations are as follows:

August 8: Valparaiso
August 9: LaPorte
August 20: Seymour and New Albany
August 21: Columbus and Greensburg
August 22: Fort Wayne
August 27: Indianapolis and Greenfield
August 28: Bloomington
August 29: Carmel and Lafayette
September 5: Muncie and Anderson
September 10: Terre Haute and Vincennes
September 11: Evansville and Washington
September 17: Kokomo and Rochester
September 18: South Bend and Elkhart

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