- NFIB to Silver: You Want Better Schools, Reform Scaffold.
- NFIB Legal Center Submits Hard-Ball Questions to IRS Over Affordable Care Act Regulations
- NFIB Legal Center Dissents in Sarbanes-Oxley Case
- ‘Circuit breaker’ won’t fix New York’s property tax problem
- Should Antitrust Laws Apply to State and Local Governments Engaged in Anticompetitive Market Conduct?
Monthly Archives: March 2012
National Federation of Independent Business President and CEO Dan Danner today released the following statement concerning the final day of oral arguments in the organization’s legal challenge to the federal health-care law: “Today, lawyers for NFIB and 26 … Continue reading
While most of the attention was in Washington D.C. with NFIB’s historic court case, a budget deal was made here in Albany. I think, and most observers agree, it is a rather ho-hum quiet affair. Not to say that anytime … Continue reading
I am often asked to point out a law or regulation that is indicative of New York’s dubious anti-business reputation. The answer can be, arguably I grant it, the notorious “Scaffold Law”. So what is it you ask? “Scaffold law” … Continue reading
Below is a statement issued a few minutes ago regarding this afternoon’s events at the Supreme Court.. Albany (March 27, 2012) – The group representing small businesses in the Supreme Court this week in the landmark case against the federal … Continue reading
Today was the day many political observers had dubbed as the “main event” at the Supreme Court. Based on the reports out of Washington D.C., the “event” lived up to the billing. On the docket today, was the critical debate … Continue reading
Quite a busy day for NFIB, here in Albany and in Washington DC. As I pointed out earlier, today marks the beginning of an historic moment in both our Nation’s and NFIB’s history. Day one of the Obamacare Lawsuit is … Continue reading
Today is a very proud day to be part of the NFIB team. Today, marks the date that NFIB takes its landmark challenge of Obamacare to the Supreme Court of the United States. NFIB has challenged the law based on … Continue reading
This week has seen the action in Albany to be somewhat muted compared to the flurry of activity last week. Budget negotiations are in the final stages and all signs point to completion early to middle of next week. Minimum … Continue reading
In yesterday’s New York Post, two NFIB/NY members were quoted prominently in an article describing the realities of a minimum wage hike on small businesses. As I and other partners have been saying for the past few months, this will … Continue reading