Author Archives: Dan Bosch

About Dan Bosch

Dan Bosch, Manager of Regulatory Policy, has been in this role since October 2010. Dan is based in NFIB’s Washington, DC office. His primary responsibilities include identifying federal regulatory issues that impact NFIB’s small business-owner members, filing comments with federal agencies, and educating Capitol Hill staff on how small businesses are impacted by federal regulation. Dan also works closely with representatives of other industry groups on regulatory issues that affect businesses in various industries. Prior to his current role, Dan worked for NFIB’s Small Business Legal Center for five years. He is a graduate of Syracuse University and has a Master of Public Administration degree from The American University.

House Passes Measure to Stop Fracking Red Tape

Hydraulic fracturing has been important to providing small businesses with the affordable and reliable energy they need to operate and grow. Yet, even in states where fracking has been approved, projects on federal land can still be subject to federal … Continue reading

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EPA makes unprecedented land grab; claims no impact on small businesses

It is no secret that federal regulators often don’t want their rules held up for scrutiny. But recent actions by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regarding how it defines “waters of the United States” are – at best – alarming. … Continue reading

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Bunny ‘tale’ shows how regulations can go wrong

Red tape is the one thing that children’s magician Marty Hahne can’t make disappear. As a story from the Washington Post details, Hahne recently received a letter from the U.S. Department of Agriculture informing him that if he wanted to … Continue reading

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