Bellino honored by Small Business Association of Michigan

Bellino honored by Small Business Association of Michigan

Senator Joseph Bellino Jr., a Republican from Monroe, was recognized as one of the key lawmakers by the Small Business Association of Michigan at its recent Leadership Council winter event at Heritage Hall. He was honored for his work in reducing the tax burden on small businesses, promoting economic growth through the redevelopment of brownfield sites, and opposing measures that could harm the relationship between employers and employees. Bellino, who previously owned Monroe’s Broadway Market, emphasized the importance of recognizing and supporting small businesses as the backbone of our economy and communities.

In a news release, Bellino expressed his gratitude for being recognized by fellow small business owners and reiterated his commitment to working with local job providers to advocate for pro-growth policies that benefit the economy and family-run businesses. The Small Business Association of Michigan reported that Bellino and other recognized lawmakers had a 100% voting record on issues important to small business owners.

Brian Calley, the president and CEO of SBAM, highlighted the significant impact that legislative decisions have on small businesses in Michigan. He emphasized the importance of lawmakers understanding the potential consequences of their policies on the growth and success of small businesses. Calley noted the bipartisan recognition of the issues affecting small businesses and the need for lawmakers to be aware of how certain policies could hinder their growth and success.

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