Note from IFA:

Johnson, who is active as a member of the International Franchise Association, has participated in the association's grassroots events to voice industry concerns. IFA continues to express concern to lawmakers this year regarding the potential for tax increases on franchised small businesses and consumers that could result as Congress attempts to address major new policy initiatives related to health care reform and energy policy. At a time when the franchise business community is struggling to help lead the U.S. economy out of recession, any new tax increases will dampen new franchise business development and job creation.

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