Shortly after assuming office, President Trump mandated that for every new regulation proposed, federal agencies submit two regulations that should be eliminated. Well, that order is now starting to bear fruit as federal agencies are aggressively looking to identify regulations ripe for elimination. In that vein, the Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Advocacy will be hosting Regulatory Reform Roundtables over the coming weeks to identify specific regulatory barriers to small business growth and target them for elimination. At the present time, the first three roundtables have been scheduled: July 31 from 9:30 AM – 12 Noon at the Embassy Suites in Lexington, Kentucky; followed by two in Ohio: August 1 from 9AM to 1 PM at the Hyatt Regency Downtown in Cincinnati and August 3 from 9AM – 1 PM at the Hilton Downtown in Cleveland.  The Office of Advocacy expects representatives of federal agencies and congressional offices to also be in attendance. These roundtables present great opportunities for small business leaders to educate Advocacy and federal agencies through first-hand accounts of how they are impacted by federal regulations. The SBA will utilize information gathered at these roundtables to inform agencies, congress and the public on what specific regulations can be modified or removed to help small businesses. We encourage our readers to consider attending one of these upcoming roundtables when possible.