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As you may know, Small Business Majority is part of the Responsible Small Business Lending Coalition which advocates across the country in support of legislation that promotes borrowers protections. Here in California, we have groundbreaking legislation has the potential to establish the first-ever “truth-in-lending” protections for small businesses, setting a precedent for future legislation in other states and at the federal level known as SB 1235.


We understand that SB 1235 will be considered on the floor soon, and ask you to please share your organization’s support on social media.


I’ve attached a social media toolkit with sample Tweets, Facebook and Instagram posts, and graphics.  


Please share on your social media platforms and to your networks.


Additionally, we’re still collecting letters of support. If you’re interested in submitting a letter, feel free to send over your letterhead and we’ll send you a draft letter for your review. Happy to connect over the phone if you have any specific questions around SB 1235. I’ve also attached our letter of support.



Xiomara Peña

Deputy Director, CA & National Hispanic Outreach Manager

Small Business Majority

(818) 470 – 0377


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Small Business Majority is a national small business advocacy organization, founded and run by small business owners to ensure America’s entrepreneurs are a key part of an inclusive, equitable and diverse economy. We actively engage small business owners and policymakers in support of public policy solutions and deliver information and resources to entrepreneurs that promote small business growth and drive a strong, sustainable job-creating economy. Our extensive scientific opinion polling, focus groups and economic research help us educate and inform policymakers, the media and other stakeholders about key issues impacting small businesses and freelancers, including healthcare, access to capital, taxes, retirement, paid leave and other workforce issues.


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