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Strengthen the SBA Office of Advocacy
The considerable free rein federal agencies have over how to interpret and enforce laws passed by Congress is too often done in a way that harms America’s small businesses. While various regulatory reform initiatives have prohibited the enactment of a range of onerous rules and alleviated some of the federal regulatory burden, those reforms are only as strong as the agency dedicated to their enforcement.  

The SBA Office of Advocacy is critical in ensuring small business has a say in federal regulations. Unfortunately, the position leading the Office of Advocacy, the Chief Counsel, has been vacant for years. There has not been a nomination made by the administration to serve as Chief Counsel, meaning the Senate has been unable to confirm someone to lead this critical office. 

Urge your lawmakers to seek a nominee and prompt confirmation for Chief Counsel. 

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