Every Maine consumer deserves a home that is free of toxic chemicals, and every Maine business deserves the right to know that the products they use or sell are safe.
As small business owners, we advocate for policies that promote responsible economic development, environmental stewardship, and investment in community. We are the backbone of Maine’s economy, and we help provide a political voice for Maine’s small business community. We believe that good economic policy works both for small business owners and the customers they serve.
President Obama has called for raising the federal minimum wage over the course of three years to $10.10, and then adjusting it annually for inflation to keep up with the cost of living.
Join small business leaders from around the country standing in support of a fair minimum wage and sign our open letter to Congress now:
Members of the Maine Small Business Coalition joined leaders from the Maine Psychological Association in Bangor to speak out about the importance of health care expansion to Maine’s business community.
As the legislature debates how to prevent cuts to revenue sharing funds for municipalities, the Maine Small Business Coalition released a new report today that details how Maine can take steps to curb offshore tax dodging, making available millions of dollars in revenue previously lost to corporate tax havens.
Add your name to the growing list of Maine businesses calling for action on climate and clean energy and ask Senators Collins and King to support the President’s plan to reduce carbon pollution from power plants through the Clean Air Act.