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Appeals Court Reviews Labor Board’s Sneak Attack on Small Business

As Election Day approaches, small-business owners are beginning to get lots of notice, especially from vote-seeking candidates who express admiration for their ability to create jobs and keep the nation’s economy afloat. But when these hard-working entrepreneurs become the center … Continue reading

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NFIB/NY Troubled by Rumor that Cuomo will Sit Out Fight over Mandate Relief

Albany (August 23, 2012) – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) today said that Governor Cuomo should set the record straight on whether he favors repealing a law that lets public unions keep their current contracts long after they … Continue reading

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Need Courageous Leadership? Ask Gov. Walker, Small Business Owners

It takes a lot of courage to start a small business. It takes even more courage to stick with it during tough times like these when the nation’s financial structure is wobbling, uncertainty fills the air and even the basic … Continue reading

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