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What Immigration Reform Means for your Small Business

This webinar will focus on what Immigration reform means for small business in the Midwest. It will cover a number of topics, including:

A question and answer period will follow.

Presenter Information

Mary Timmel

Mary Timmel manages Small Business Majority’s outreach in Missouri and other Midwestern states. Mary builds relationships with small businesses and organizations through listening tours, webinars and panel discussions centered on the Affordable Care Act.

Small Business Majority

Prior to joining Small Business Majority, Mary worked with the Alliance for Climate Protection, building support from individuals and businesses for clean energy legislation. She has also spent years as a healthcare advocate.

About Small Business Majority

Small Business Majority logoSmall Business Majority is a national nonprofit advocacy organization focused on solving the biggest problems facing America’s 28 million small businesses. We conduct extensive opinion and economic research and work with small business owners, policy experts, and elected officials nationwide to bring nonpartisan small business voices to the public policy table.

Upcoming events

April

19th
Push for Immigration Reform 12pm • Chicago
22nd
Public Policy Luncheon 12pm • Chicago

June

18th
What Immigration Reform Means for your Small Business 10am
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Updates

As DACA reaches the Supreme Court, Congress must keep the American Dream alive for new generations of immigrants

The cost to the U.S. economy of ending DACA and deporting its beneficiaries would be $280 billion over the next 10 years.

by Lester Crown

Business Leaders Support BRIDGE

CRAIN'S Chicago Business

EDITORIAL: Trump’s Immigration Chance

The Wall Street Journal

Graham, Durbin re-introduce bill to protect DREAMers

The Hill

Empresarios crean coalición pro-inmigrante

NegociosNow.com

Sowing Conscience Among Confusion on Immigration Mess

We must be prudent about our security and decent to residents and refugees at the same time.

by John Rowe

‘Dreamers’ are good for my company

and good for Illinois

As we have invested in DACA recipients through the schools and opportunities available in the U.S., they are in turn investing in our country.

by Martin P. Slark

Illinois hospitality industry needs the work ethic immigrants bring to the job

The men and women who serve us should be given the chance to continue contributing to our industry, our communities and our economy.

by Sam Toia

We’ll Never Solve Immigration If We Don’t Solve Climate Change

Central America’s “dry corridor” is highly vulnerable to drought.

by Penny Pritzker

IBIC Launch in the news

Read coverage of the launch event for the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition, Co-Hosted by Mayor Rahm Emanuel and IBIC Steering Committee Member Doug Oberhelman, Chairman and CEO of Caterpillar Inc

IBIC is a member of the American Business Immigration Coalition.

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