Grassroots for Main Streets

It’s clear that the economic shutdown associated with coronavirus will hit small businesses hardest. Most have less than 30-days of cash reserve and the stay-at-home advisory will last longer than that. Some area organizations got together to quickly publish a regional impact study that represents the combined efforts of hundreds of small business organizations, advocacy groups, and small business owners. The study includes core principles for small business relief and recommended relief measures. Today, I signed a petition pushing for the relief measures to be implemented by the state, including requiring insurance companies to honor business interruption claims, waiving meals and sales taxes for Q1 2020 through Q1 2021, and adopting emergency rent rebate tax credit program.

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment

sign up for my free pdf on

How you can raise your civic engagement one civic act at a time

Don’t feel helpless or that you don’t have enough time. Civic engagement starts with a single act. I’m here to help you focus on what you believe in, commit to a plan of action and take that first act.

Sign up for my free PDF on “How you can raise your civic engagement with one civic act.”

give your support

Can you help me inspire others to make one civic act? Support me on Patreon and I’ll give you special perks and a chance to chime in on the direction of One Civic Act.