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Too busy running your business to vote? Vote by Mail!

Every vote counts. The best way to make a difference in the legislative process is to vote. As a small business owner, it is imperative the business community voice is represented in each and every election. The excuse that you’re … Continue reading

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Red Flags in the Senate Immigration Bill

Concerns with Senate Immigration Bill: Creates “The Bureau” – a New, Independent Agency Lacking Oversight – The Bureau of Immigration and Labor Market Research (“The Bureau”) will be a new independent agency that is self-funded through fees collected from employers … Continue reading

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NFIB Marks 70 Years as America’s Leading Small-Business Advocate

On the occasion of the National Federation of Independent Business’ 70th anniversary, NFIB President and CEO Dan Danner issued the following statement: “Seventy years ago, the National Federation of Independent Business began its mission to protect the right to own, … Continue reading

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Internet Tax Debate Flares, But a Bigger Issue Won’t go Away

We’re all familiar with the old proverb: “Nothing is certain but death and taxes.” But these days, that statement should be revised to say: “Nothing is certain but death and unchecked federal government spending that causes higher, more complex, burdensome … Continue reading

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She said what?

Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said today that it is “impossible” to tie employers reducing employees’ hours to the health law. “There is nothing in place right now in the legislation that would require any employer to change work hours. And we … Continue reading

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