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| United States Congressman Peter Welch

This legislation is backed by more than 60 Democratic cosponsors, and endorsed by the organizations below:

| Denver Post

Although the average proposed 2019 premium increase for Colorado’s individual health care exchange is the lowest since 2015, it could have been much lower if not for administration’s efforts to undermine the ACA.

| Sacramento Bee

Xiomara Pena, the deputy director of the California office of Small Business Majority, said she’s concerned that many of those individuals may be self-employed business people whose incomes are just above the levels where they would qualify for subsidies.

| Investment News

"Small business owners want to offer the kind of benefits that will help them attract and retain talented workers, while also helping their employees save for their futures," said John Arensmeyer, founder and CEO of Small Business Majority, an advocacy organization for small businesses

| American Sustainable Business Coiuncil

ASBC has co-sponsored business sign-on statement supporting net neutrality with Main Street Alliance and Small Business Majority.

| The 401k Specialist

The poll, commissioned by the Small Business Majority, found most companies cited the high cost of plans and low resources available for plan administration as the main reasons for not offering 401ks or other retirement savings vehicles.

| Women's Collaborative Post

Even though women’s entrepreneurship is thriving in California, that doesn’t mean women-owned businesses have it easy in the Golden State.


Vicki Shabo of the National Partnership for Women and Families discusses Small Business Majority's scientific opinion polling that found small businesses strongly support the FAMILY Act.

| Chicago Patch


| Sacramento Business Journal

A great program that would benefit California’s small businesses is now threatened by a federal lawsuit, and if successful this legal challenge would be a devastating blow to the many small firms that struggle to offer the kind of retirement benefits typically found at large corporations.