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U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin), released the following statement Tuesday night following President Trump’s State of the Union Address to the nation:
At the start of this Congress, small business optimism was low. Employers and workers needed relief from burdensome regulations in order to grow their business. Last year, we passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which slashed taxes for Main Street and allowed it to breathe again.
✓ 20 percent small business tax deduction
✓ Immediate business equipment expensing
✓ Small business optimism is reaching record highs
I hope all of you in our district enjoyed your Labor Day and were able to spend time with family and loved ones. Congress is back in Washington this week after spending the last few weeks in our respective districts and I want you all to know I enjoyed every moment of my time touring Central Texas. Our conversations were constructive and enlightening, and I cannot wait to put your words into action. Below is the recap of my previous week in Texas' 25th District:
CLIFTON, TEXAS – Congressman Roger Williams (R-Austin) visited the Clifton Gearench facility to meet with their employees and take a tour. As a business owner his entire working life, Rep. Williams was able to discuss legislation and regulations, such as the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and the impact its having on Gearench’s business and workers. They also discussed improvements Rep. Williams hopes to see as Congress begins to debate Tax Reform 2.0.
GLEN ROSE, TEXAS – Congressman Roger Williams (R-Austin) visited the Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant (CPNPP) Thursday afternoon to meet with their leadership and employees. Rep. Williams also met with the U.S. NRC Resident Inspection Team to learn about their role in overseeing the safe and secure operations of CPNPP.
MARBLE FALLS — U.S. Rep. Roger Williams stopped by the Pedernales Electric Cooperative’s new Marble Falls District Office on Aug. 9 as the congressman made the rounds in his District 25.
Williams quickly toured the office before addressing PEC board members and staff in a nearly 30-minute speech that touched on taxes, education, the military, the national debt, and his agenda priorities.