Main Street America has weathered the worst of a triple threat: the COVID-19 pandemic, a workforce shortage and swiftly rising prices. Despite years of hardship for microbusinesses across the country — businesses with five or fewer employees—  legislators are urged to implement policies in 2023 that work to empower resiliency, growth and entrepreneurial development opportunities for microbusinesses in the face of huge layoffs from major employers in the first quarter of the year.

2023 marks the start of a new Congress, new leaders and new initiatives to support the small business and microbusiness ecosystem. However, the 118th Congress remains strongly divided between a red House and a blue Senate, and the need for bipartisan solutions to support entrepreneurship has never been more critical.

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