Secretary of State Wayne Williams and Mike Hardin, the director of business and licensing for the SOS, last week attended Colorado Regional Regulatory Reform Roundtables organized by the U.S. Small Business Administration in Colorado Springs and Fort Collins, respectively.
The SBA’s office of advocacy organized round tables across the country to hear from local small businesses from various industries, including transportation, real estate, manufacturing and more. The round tables aim to “discover burdensome regulations that might be hindering the business environment,” SBA Regional Administrator Dan Nordberg said.
The SBA advocacy office will take the information to Congress to try to amend statutory regulations or try to address the regulations within the preview of agencies.
“It’s important to get input from small businesses,” Secretary Williams said. “This program provided an excellent opportunity to receive that input and showcased our office’s commitment to helping folks realize their American dream.”