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Friday, September 30, 2016

National Federation of Independent Business Names Baker a ‘Guardian of Small Business’

HARRISBURG – After close inspection of legislative votes cast during the 2015-16 legislative session, the Pennsylvania Leadership Council of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) has named Rep. Matt Baker (R-Tioga/Bradford/Potter) a “Guardian of Small Business.”

Baker is one of only 25 members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to be recognized with the designation who had a 100 percent pro-small business voting record. To be recognized with the award, members need to have at least a 75 percent pro-small business voting record.

“I am honored to once again be recognized by the NFIB for my support of the state’s small business owners,” said Baker. “Pennsylvania’s small business community is responsible for the lion’s share of job creation in our state and we need to pass measures that reduce regulatory burdens and streamline tax laws in order to help these businesses thrive and grow.”

The Guardian of Small Business awards are given to legislators who consistently vote favorably on key small business issues that are among the highest priorities of NFIB’s small business agenda.

“The rural area I represent is home to many small, independent businesses that employ area residents and invest in our local communities,” said Baker. “Without their presence and support our local economy would suffer and employment options would be scarce. I have, and always will, be a top supporter of the men and women who choose to establish a business in our great state.”

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