With lawmakers back in D.C. this week, Democratic leaders are working with the centrist and progressive wings of their party to find common ground on the spending bill.
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House members are expected to vote on the legislation on March 9, and it is expected to be signed by President Biden before March 14. The bill includes $50 billion in aid to small businesses.
Problem: As a result of growing partisanship, Congress is not doing the job it was elected to do: passing budgets,...
NSBA has compiled resources for small-business owners to utilize during the August recess, despite the Senate remaining in session for the majority of the month.
Congress returned to D.C. this week with a long list of issues to tackle, but lawmakers are likely to be just as focused on the 2016 elections as they are on the near-term policy imperatives.
NSBA today released a brief survey, “Lame Duck Session Priorities” outlining small-businesses opinions on the key issues facing the remaining days of the 113th Session of Congress as well as general sentiment about Congress.