The Biden Administration is currently pursuing the largest tax increase in history to fund an ambitious agenda to massively expand the role and reach of government paid for by American job creators. This legislationâ€”which is now being considered by Congressâ€”will reverse the positive impact that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 had on the American economy before the pandemic.
Tax hikes would stall job creation and would put many small businesses at a competitive disadvantage. On top of that, raising taxes would harm America's competitiveness in a global economy and make it a less attractive place to invest profits, locate corporate headquarters, and create American jobs.
Lower taxes and smarter regulations remain key building blocks of a growing economy. Tell Congress to reject tax hikes that would undermine our nation's economic recovery.
Negotiations on the bipartisan infrastructure legislation are at a critical point. What we do now will determine whether they succeed, and we need your help. The small business community must weigh in.
Senators often try to attach amendments containing their pet priorities to bills that have a strong chance of presidential approval â€” but that process can scuttle the carefully crafted agreement.
The Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce is circulating a sign-on letter to remind members of Congress that the business community fully supports the bipartisan infrastructure deal and is counting on them to advance meaningful infrastructure legislation now.
Please sign our letter!
President and CEO
Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce
Support SB 1356. Arizona is on the move. While our transportation system is a tremendous asset, it needs to grow and keep pace with our growing population and economy. Investment in Arizonaâ€™s transportation infrastructure will fuel economic growth, enhances our competitiveness, and lead to job creation.
SB 1356 is supported by a broad array of business industries, Chambers of Commerce, and unanimously by every city and town in the region.
The bill asking is voters in the next election to extend a half-cent transportation sales tax in Maricopa County for another 25 years. The old tax is set to end in 2024.