Businesspeople join activists grassroots group The Action to urge Congress to help 98%
Concord – As part of continuing efforts to illustrate that New Hampshire supports reasonable tax increases on America’s wealthiest taxpayers, activists from the Action will join small business people Wednesday morning at Capital Craftsman and Romance Jewelers to discuss the impact on small businesses of the various “fiscal cliff” scenarios.
Who: Activists and small business owners in support of fairer taxes on the top 2% of taxpayers.
What: Business people will discuss the impact of potential rate increases on small business
Where: Capital Craftsman and Romance Jewelers, 16 & 18 North Main St.
Sarah Chaisson-Warner, executive director of New Hampshire Citizens Alliance, will offer remarks and introductions before the following business people offer their insights.
· Sue McCoo, Owner, Capital Craftsman and Romance Jewelers, Main St. Concord
· Lorrie Carey, Owner, Marshall's Flowers, King St. Boscawen.
· Laura Miller, Owner, Imagination Village, Main St. Concord
· Don Brueggeman, Manager, The Works Bakery Cafe, Main St. Concord
ABOUT THE ACTION: The Action NH is a joint project of NH Citizens Alliance for Action and Granite State Progress, and part of a national grassroots movement that demands Congress end the Bush-era tax cuts for the richest 2%—those making more than $250,000 per year. The Action is for critical investments that create and sustain jobs.