Chairman of U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship Looks to Delaware Chamber Tax Committee for Feedback on Legislation
By James DeChene
Louisiana Senator David Vitter, Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship will be introducing this week legislation aimed at assisting the Small Business Community. Contained in the legislation are a variety of tax reform measures, and as a precursor to introducing the bill, Senator Vitter reached out to the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce, and its Tax Committee, for feedback. While the Committee agreed with the bulk of the legislation, there were a few technical corrections and other suggestions regarding tax filing dates, extensions and other nuanced submissions to help make the legislation stronger.
This type of exercise is not new to Tax Committee Chairman Jordon Rosen, or to other members of the Committee. They regularly are asked for feedback from Rep. Carney and other state and municipal leaders for their thoughts on tax reform proposals. For more information, or if you have an interest in serving on the Tax Committee, contact James DeChene at firstname.lastname@example.org
James DeChene is the Chamber's Senior Vice President of Government Affairs.