The Department of Labor has unveiled final rules expanding Association Health Plans which would allow businesses to band together to buy health insurance, but could cause risk-selection problems.
Legislation was recently introduced in the Senate and House that would dramatically strengthen unions' leverage in the workplace by adopting a handful of changes.
Recently, the GAO released a report showing that almost half of the reviewed loans under SBA’s 7(a) loan program in 2016 didn’t adhere to the “credit elsewhere” requirement.
On Monday, June 11, small-business leaders from across the country converged on Washington, D.C. as part of NSBA’s annual Washington...
Next week, NSBA will hold it's annual Washington Presentation where small-business owners will meet with policymakers and hear from experts - here's what to expect.
Yesterday, the Senate passed legislation to enhance SBA oversight of the 7(a) Loan Program, and makes critical reforms to ensure its long-term success.
In recent weeks, two pieces of legislation have been approved by their respective committees which would address key infrastructure-related issues specific to water.
The House recently passed their version of the 2019 NDAA which includes several small-business provisions such as prompt payment for subcontractors and much more.
Recently, the President signed into law legislation to modify provisions of Dodd-Frank, including the regulatory framework for small depository institutions with assets under $10 billion.
In coming weeks, legislation championed by Reps. Rod Blum (R-Iowa), Stephanie Murphy (D-Fl.), and Al Lawson (D-Fl.) will be introduced calling for a White House Conference on Small Business.