On Tuesday, Vice President Kamala Harris visited Richmond as part of National Small Business Week.
During her visit, she stopped in several cities to promote the importance of small businesses to the American economy.
One of her stops was at an indoor farm company that promotes sustainable products and employs a handful of workers who contribute to the state’s economy.
The Vice President expressed her strong belief that small business owners and small businesses are the backbone of America’s economy.
She recognized their hard work and determination, and their ability to create prosperity and opportunities for their communities.
Meanwhile, in another part of the state, there is a political battle brewing.
A bill has been proposed that the governor has said he will veto.
However, Republicans believe they have enough votes for an override.
The bill’s details were not provided in the available information.
Overall, Vice President Harris’ visit to Richmond was a positive message for small business owners and a reminder of their importance to the nation’s economy.