State Representative Rebecca Kubacki (R-Syracuse) was honored with the Small Business Champion award by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce on November 18 for her hard work and dedication to help improve Indiana’s small business climate.
“I believe it is critical for legislators to do our part to advance policies that allow small businesses to grow and create new jobs here in Indiana,” said Rep. Kubacki. “I am honored to receive this award for supporting growing businesses and will continue to do so in the upcoming 2014 legislative session.”
Rep. Kubacki was one of five legislators to receive this award on November 1 at the Chamber’s 2014 Central Indiana Legislative Preview, which featured a panel discussion by General Assembly caucus leaders on what issues to expect during the upcoming session.
“Small businesses cannot thrive and create jobs under heavy-handed government regulation. Today, we honor five legislators who demonstrate through their voting records that they understand this,” said Indiana Chamber President and CEO Kevin Brinegar. “Each one has shown support for the vital economic growth and job creation tools our state needs.”
The Small Business Champion awards have been given annually since 1993.The award was based on voting and advocacy during the 2013 legislative session.