Ayotte invites NH small business community to air concerns about federal regulations

AP PHOTO: Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.)

Continuing her efforts to reduce burdensome federal regulations on small businesses in New Hampshire and across America, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) is inviting New Hampshire small business owners to share their ideas about what Congress can do to cut through Washington red tape and burdensome federal regulations and paperwork. Beginning today, New Hampshire small business owners will be able to share their ideas and experiences through a new page located on Senator Ayotte’s website. This new feature will help ensure that the perspective of Granite Staters is part of the debate on Capitol Hill.

“The best advice I get always comes from New Hampshire citizens, and I need your help as I work to develop pro-growth policies,” said Senator Ayotte. “If there are heavy-handed federal mandates that are holding back your business and making it harder for you to invest and hire more workers, I want to hear from you.”

Small business owners in New Hampshire wishing to share their ideas may visit the Senator’s website at and click on the link below the video titled “Senator Ayotte Needs YOUR Help to Scrap Washington Red Tape.” They will be directed to a contact web form that they can use to send their specific suggestions to Senator Ayotte. The Senator will carefully review all submissions in the coming weeks as she urges Congress to pass pro-growth policies to foster job growth and to make America’s small businesses more competitive.

Author: Staff Reporter

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  • Northern

    Another not discussed fall out from the plethora of new and onerous regulations is the encouragement of civil disobedience in the form of simply ignoring them. 

  • Zonehb

    EPA regulations produced in Washington DC are well intended but unwise. Compliance is a problem and often a waste of money and effort. Restrict the EPA’s excessive control.