McKee providing a voice for R.I. small businesses

LISTENING: Endeavoring to promote the state’s small-business community, Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee, right, hosted a discussion at the 6th Annual Latino Business Expo. Here, McKee talks with, from left, Maria Sol Cuesta and Marleny Perez, bilingual benefit specialists at The Point. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
LISTENING: Endeavoring to promote the state’s small-business community, Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee, right, hosted a discussion at the 6th Annual Latino Business Expo. Here, McKee talks with, from left, Maria Sol Cuesta and Marleny Perez, bilingual benefit specialists at The Point. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
In a state where the lieutenant governor has little sway over public policy, officeholders have historically used the position to shed light on issues of personal importance. Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee has dedicated much of his time spotlighting issues impacting small businesses. “There’s an acknowledgement that the blue-chip companies are important to our economy, but…

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