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Category Archives: Election
Download your NFIB/New Jersey Voter Guide Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5, and we want to make sure that you feel prepared to make decisions that will benefit your small business when you enter the voting booth. As a member … Continue reading
Imagine a policy that would destroy thousands of jobs dressed up for Halloween as way to help workers. Something really scary masquerading as something innocent. That’s Ballot Question #2, a constitutional question seeking to mandate an increase in the minimum … Continue reading
Who doesn’t want more cash? The unions certainly do, which is why they’re backing a constitutional amendment to raise the minimum wage every year, automatically, forever. If only it were that simple. But the money to pay higher wages has … Continue reading
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
First it was the Great Recession, then Hurricane Sandy and recently, a raging fire that destroyed a popular boardwalk. Now, weary New Jersey residents and business owners are being warned by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to beware of scammers. … Continue reading
2013 will bring new faces and challenges to the Georgia legislature and new leadership in the Senate as well. As we gear up for another important legislative session, many questions remain unanswered under the Gold Dome. With new leadership in … Continue reading
Despite the Election Day hoopla, the political environment for American small-business owners is virtually unchanged from Nov. 6. Many of the challenges they’ve long faced still loom large: An administration hostile to free enterprise (“You didn’t build that…”), an earnings-looting … Continue reading
As the mercurial and punctually-challenged front man Axl Rose of Guns N Roses famously sang on the 1987 classic “Sweet Child of Mine,” where do we go now? Well that’s the question a lot of business owners are asking after Tuesday’s … Continue reading
As much of the east coast recovers from a devastating storm, we at NFIB hope that you and your families are safe and sound. In the coming days, I know that the small-business community will be doing what you always … Continue reading