Press Releases

Press Release Date:
Thursday, July 15, 2010

Report Finds More than 456,500 California Small Businesses Eligible for Tax Credit in 2010; 135,900 Qualify for Maximum Credit

Washington, D.C. More than 79.9 percent of California small businesses with fewer than 25 employees will be eligible this year for tax credits to help pay the cost of employee health coverage, according to a new report issued by the consumer health organization Families USA and small business advocacy group Small Business Majority.

Topic(s):
Healthcare
Press Release Date:
Thursday, July 15, 2010

Report Finds More than 24,800 New Mexico Small Businesses Eligible for Tax Credit in 2010; 5,500 Qualify for Maximum Credit

Washington, D.C.‰ More than 88.9 percent of New Mexico small businesses with fewer than 25 employees will be eligible this year for tax credits to help pay the cost of employee health coverage, according to a new report issued by the consumer health organization Families USA and small business advocacy group Small Business Majority.

Topic(s):
Healthcare
Press Release Date:
Thursday, July 15, 2010

Report Finds More than 37,800 Utah Small Businesses Eligible for Tax Credit in 2010; 12,600 Qualify for Maximum Credit

Washington, D.C. More than 85.5 percent of Utah small businesses with fewer than 25 employees will be eligible this year for tax credits to help pay the cost of employee health coverage, according to a new report issued by the consumer health organization Families USA and small business advocacy group Small Business Majority.

Topic(s):
Healthcare
Press Release Date:
Thursday, July 15, 2010

Report Finds More than 29,600 Nevada Small Businesses Eligible for Tax Credit in 2010; 9,400 Qualify for Maximum Credit

Washington, D.C.‰ More than 77.8 percent of Nevada small businesses with fewer than 25 employees will be eligible this year for tax credits to help pay the cost of employee health coverage, according to a new report issued by the consumer health organization Families USA and small business advocacy group Small Business Majority.

Topic(s):
Healthcare
Press Release Date:
Thursday, July 15, 2010

U.S. Senate Action Could Come Before the End of July, With SC Senators Playing Key Role

COLUMBIA, S.C. - July 15, 2010 -- A clear majority of South Carolina small business owners support the clean energy climate legislation that will be taken up in the United States Senate over the next three weeks, according to a major Public Policy Polling survey of 711 small business owners across a three-state region consisting of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia.

 

The poll conducted for Small Business Majority and Main Street Alliance included 105 South Carolina small business operators and was conducted July 7-10, 2010. Key South findings include:

Topic(s):
Energy
Press Release Date:
Thursday, July 15, 2010

Report Finds More than 29,800 Idaho Small Businesses Eligible for Tax Credit in 2010; 10,400 Qualify for Maximum Credit

Washington, D.C. More than 89.5 percent of Idaho small businesses with fewer than 25 employees will be eligible this year for tax credits to help pay the cost of employee health coverage, according to a new report issued by the consumer health organization Families USA and small business advocacy group Small Business Majority.

Topic(s):
Healthcare
Press Release Date:
Thursday, July 15, 2010

Report Finds More than 72,600 Arizona Small Businesses Eligible for Tax Credit in 2010; 18,900 Qualify for Maximum Credit

Washington, D.C. More than 85.7 percent of Arizona small businesses with fewer than 25 employees will be eligible this year for tax credits to help pay the cost of employee health coverage, according to a new report issued by the consumer health organization Families USA and small business advocacy group Small Business Majority.

Topic(s):
Healthcare
Press Release Date:
Monday, July 12, 2010

Report Finds More than 85,100 Missouri Small Businesses Eligible for Tax Credit in 2010; 25,100 Qualify for Maximum Credit:

Washington, D.C. More than 91.8 percent of Missouri small businesses with fewer than 25 employees will be eligible this year for tax credits to help pay the cost of employee health coverage, according to a new report issued by the consumer health organization Families USA and small business advocacy group Small Business Majority.

Topic(s):
Healthcare
Press Release Date:
Thursday, June 17, 2010

Small Business Majority and Main Street Alliance Say New Law Crucial to Small Business Success, File Amicus Brief in VA Opposing Repeal Lawsuit

Richmond, VA/Sausalito, CA, June 17, 2010: National small business advocacy groups Small Business Majority and Main Street Alliance today filed an amicus brief in Virginia opposing a lawsuit aimed at repealing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—a legal maneuver that grabs headlines but does nothing to lower the cost of health insurance for the country's 28 million small businesses.

Topic(s):
Healthcare
Press Release Date:
Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Statement by John Arensmeyer, CEO, Small Business Majority

President Obama's speech Tuesday underscoring the importance of shifting to a clean energy economy echoes small business owners' opinions, according to research we released this month.

Topic(s):
Energy

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