Rep. Meuser named chairman of House subcommittee | News, Sports, Jobs

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US Rep. Dan Meuser, R-Dallas, has been appointed as chairman of the House Subcommittee on Economic Growth Tax, and Capital Access for the Small Business Committee, according to a news release.

Meuser has also been selected to serve on the Subcommittee on Rural Development, Energy and Supply Chains.

“I look forward to returning to the Small Business Committee this Congress as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access where I will be fighting for small businesses in Pennsylvania’s Ninth Congressional District and across the country as they continue to contest with the threats of increased taxes and burdensome regulations,” said Meuser, according to the news release. “As chairman, I will be dedicated to focusing on issues vital to the success of Main Street America such as access to capital, examining the impact of federal taxes and regulations and fostering an environment that allows our small businesses to thrive.”

“Congressman Meuser’s private sector experience makes him the perfect individual to chair the Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access,” said US Rep. Roger Williams, R-Texas and chairman of the House Small Business Committee, according to the news release. “Over the last two years, the Biden Administration’s damaging regulations and reckless spending have made it harder for our nation’s job creators to expand their operations. Dan has the expertise and know-how to guide this important subcommittee towards pro-growth solutions that will benefit Main Street America.”

The subcommittee’s jurisdiction includes financial markets, federal programs overseen by the Small Business Administration and the impact of federal tax policies on small businesses, among other fields, the news release said.

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