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SBAC Action Call: Time For Policymakers To Deliver a Small Business Package

SBAC Action Call: Time For Policymakers To Deliver a Small Business Package

Many small and local businesses closed during the pandemic while others continue fighting to keep their doors open. The small business community has galvanized around a package of policy proposals. These policies will provide crucial support to small businesses and local communities. They will grow the Illinois workforce and economy.

The small business package is here!

Illinois politicians need to hear how important the small business package is from you. Please take a moment to fill out the action call below.

The small business package will support small businesses and create jobs. Together we can make our voices heard!

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Taking Advantage of Your Membership

By sara@sbacil.org | December 21, 2021

The SBAC is a member-driven organization, and we want to make sure you are getting the most out of your membership with us. There are many ways for you to get involved and maximize your membership investment. Some benefits you may already know about such as our networking calls or policy committee, but others may…

REVITALIZATION IN THE NEWS: New North Austin Community Center Moves Forward

By jake@sbacil.org | December 21, 2021

“We saw kids were hopeless. We believe we will give kids the opportunity to find some hope…” The Chicago City Council has agreed to sell public land for one dollar and has provided approval for the development of the North Austin Community Center.   The $31 million project is being developed as a partnership between…

Policymakers must focus on reducing property taxes in 2022

By sara@sbacil.org | December 17, 2021

Property taxes are a huge burden on Illinois residents and small businesses. Politicians on both sides of the aisle understand they are oppressive and drive people out of Illinois. Politicians throughout the state, and all levels of government, acknowledge that solutions must be put forth and moved forward to stabilize property taxes.   In his…

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