Ward Advocates for Small Businesses
Skena, Rossilynne, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
State Sen. Kim Ward said on Friday that she hopes people will pressure the government to "lay off of our small businesses."
Ward spoke during a business roundtable held as part of the National Federation of Independent Business' "Sensible Regulations" campaign at Becker Wholesale Mine Supply in North Huntingdon.
Kevin Shivers, the federation's state director, said the group advocates for 300,000 small and independent businesses nationwide, including 15,000 in Pennsylvania. He and Ward met with local government representatives and small business leaders on Friday.
The federation is working to stop a "tidal wave" of regulations proposed by President Obama's …
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