- The Right to Full and Fair Compensation: Making Sure Small Business Gets a Fair-Shake
- How the West Was Won: What Does the Brandt Decision Mean for Property Rights?
- 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
Monthly Archives: July 2012
For all the recent talk that “New York is open for business” and how the last two legislative sessions have been “transformative” for New York’s economic future…some cold water. The new CNBC survey on the top states for business shows … Continue reading
No lack of news today…. and the most dominating story for NFIB is on the UI Assessment Surcharge that I wrote about on Friday. Last night, I talked with Liz Benjamin on Capital Tonight along with Unshackle Upstate Executive Director … Continue reading
In 2009, New York borrowed over $4 billion from the federal Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust Fund. As I always say, nothing is ever free! The interest due in 2012 on this loan is $102 million. This means, if they haven’t … Continue reading
Curious about how a project in your region was “scored” by the state during the 2011 regional economic development council process? You can see that data here. Interestingly, some projects that had the support of the regional council leaders received … Continue reading
With last week’s SCOTUS ruling on the Affordable Care Act behind us, NFIB felt it would be a good idea to highlight some of the key provisions of President Obama’s healthcare reform bill. Below is a timeline of implementation and … Continue reading
Full of fireworks, parades, hot dogs and the large dose of Americana that the Fourth of July brings? I hope so! Will a new environmental audit program collide with the Governor’s commitment to revitalize New York’s economy? Newsday weighs in. … Continue reading