Virtual Capitol Hill Day

January 13, 2021 

On January 13, members of the 10,000 Small Businesses Voices community will convene for a Virtual Capitol Hill Day to connect with Members of Congress through 400+ online meetings and make their voices heard on Capitol Hill. 

Small businesses play a crucial role in the economies and communities of every state, big city, and small town across America. While the businesses may be small, their impact is big–America’s more than 30 million small businesses employ nearly half of the private sector workforce. In the grips of the global pandemic and facing an uncharted economic recovery, small businesses need more help from Congress. Any legislative packages designed to support and grow the economy must include their voices.

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Op-Eds from 10KSB Graduates

JAN 14, 2021 – The Baltimore SunWhy I'm fighting for policies that will help small businesses recover Read Article

JAN 11, 2021 – Bridge MichiganWhy I'm fighting for policies that will help small businesses recover Read Article

JAN 08, 2021 – New York Daily NewsThe rescue America’s small businesses need Read Article

JAN 08, 2021 – Cleveland Plain DealerLegislative help is needed to ensure that small businesses like mine survive: Will Hollingsworth Read Article

JAN 02, 2021 – The Dallas Morning News: We’re working hard to keep the family barbecue business going, and we need more than a Band-Aid from Congress - Read Article