NSBA applauds the introduction of bipartisan legislation to convene a White House Conference on Small Business (WHCSB) by Reps. Rod Blum (R-Iowa), Stephanie Murphy (D-Fl.), and Al Lawson (D-Fl.).
Yesterday, bipartisan legislation was introduced to convene a White House Conference on Small Business (WHCSB) by Reps. Rod Blum (R-Iowa), Stephanie Murphy (D-Fl.), and Al Lawson (D-Fl.).
NSBA partner Deluxe has compiled a thorough list of problems and solutions to the main challenges facing today's small-business owners and entrepreneurs.
Yesterday, DOL revoked the Persuader Rule, an Obama-era regulation that would have greatly expanded union-related disclosure rules on businesses
Lawmakers will hear from Trump's nominee to head Ex-Im Bank this week, an agency that has been hobbled in the last two years by partisan political motives.
The issue of paid family leave has been front-and-center on Capitol Hill, with bills that would provide tax-funded or social-security deferred payments.
Last week, the House Small Business Committee held a hearing on intellectual property and the issues small businesses face when navigating the IP process.
Last week, the House passed two small-business bills which will expand mentorship programs and help protect intellectual property for America’s small firms.
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In the last week, two significant changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have been made by the administration on risk-adjustment payments and funding for navigators.