November 15, 2017
Washington, D.C. — The Job Creators Network (JCN) has collected nearly 173,000 petitions, representing more than 500,000 letters sent to Members of Congress, in support of tax cuts for small businesses and hardworking Americans. The petition is part of JCN’s multi-million dollar campaign to pass significant small business tax relief legislation by the end of the year.
- Last week, JCN hosted an event with the Washington Examiner to present the petitions, which filled over 85 boxes, to Speaker Paul Ryan. Speaker Ryan made the following comments:
“I want to thank the Job Creators Network. I want to thank the small business men and women of America for creating all these jobs and giving families hope… I want the tax system to be fair, and we want it easy for small businesses to grow, create jobs and survive…I want to thank you [Job Creators Network] for being involved and being part of the solution and for bringing the voice of small businesses around America to the Capitol.”
- The Tax Cuts Now petitions were also on display at the Weekly Leadership Stakeout Press Conference on Capitol Hill yesterday. During the press event, congressional leadership discussed the importance of tax cuts and what they would mean for millions of Americans across the country.
View a picture from the press conference with the Tax Cuts Now petition wall here.
- JCN’s President Alfredo Ortiz asked Speaker Ryan about small business tax cuts. Last night, JCN President and CEO, Alfredo Ortiz attended a special Fox News Tax Reform Town Hall, hosted by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, featuring Speaker Paul Ryan. He asked about how the differing approaches of the House and Senate tax cuts bills will affect small business entrepreneurs.
Watch a segment from the Town Hall event here.
Alfredo Ortiz released the following statement:
“The tax cuts petitions presented to Speaker Ryan demonstrate the grassroots nature of the tax cuts effort. Small business owners from across the country have made their demands clear: They want tax cuts and they want them now. With 173,000 petitions, Congress should get the message and pass tax cuts now.”