Gov. Kelly signs small business relief legislation

(MSC News)--Kansas Governor Laura Kelly Thursday signed a bipartisan House Bill that “will invest $50 million to help small businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.”

In a release, Kelly said the legislation “will support [Kansas] entrepreneurs by ensuring they can make investments they need to hire workers, strengthen their product lines, and better serve their communities.”

Senator Tom Holland, who was among those with Kelly during the signing ceremony, said “small businesses are what power our economy,” adding that the legislation “builds on years of work to ensure they have the resources they need to continue to serve customers and create jobs.”

Among others at the ceremony were small business owners and the Kansas Chamber of Commerce.

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