Small Business News

| Denver Post

The survey, which was paid for by a left leaning group called the Small Business Majority, also found that many small business owners don’t offer any kind of paid parental leave.

| Managed Care

“There’s no question that some groups of people will get cheaper coverage, but what does that do to the rest of the market?” asks John Arensmeyer, founder and CEO of Small Business Majority, which represents 58,000 small businesses across the country.

| Sacramento Business Journal

California’s small businesses strongly support these cures for high health care costs. In fact, a recent Small Business Majority poll found 37 percent of small firms said the cost of health care affects their business a great deal.

| Fox40 WICZ

America's SBDCs would like to thank the following 2019 SBDC Day Ambassadors for promoting and supporting this year's SBDC Day: the Small Business Administration (SBA); Intuit; Google; LivePlan; BizBuySell; Nav; ComplyRight; United Midwest Savings Bank; GrowthWheel; Better Business Burea

| Manning Live

Formation of the caucus is supported by the Center for American Entrepreneurship (CAE), Economic Innovation Group (EIG), the U.S.

| Denver Business Journal

The wide division over the potential effects of SB 188 was illustrated by the chasms in several statistics that supporters and detractors presented.

| The Edwardsville Intelligencer

There is overwhelming support for paid leave in Connecticut and across the country. In 2016 an AARP poll found 83 percent of Connecticut voters supported it and a Small Business Majority poll found 59 percent of their community in favor.

| Sacramento Bee

Providing health care options for employees can be an expensive undertaking for companies with limited resources.

| Rural Marketing News

A new report reveals that rural small business owners play a key role in all facets of life within rural communities, but they often face different challenges than those in metropolitan areas, including geographic isolation, spotty broadband services, a reluctance among major companies, banks and

| Metro Columbia CEO

Formation of the caucus is supported by the Center for American Entrepreneurship (CAE), Economic Innovation Group (EIG), the U.S.

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