Small Business News

| Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan

Two national business organizations have decided to support my bill extending SBA programs to the Marianas.

| San Francisco Chronicle

The Kincade Fire has been devastating to small businesses like mine that depend on a consistent and fruitful harvest season. The impact of these fires on our community has been well documented, but we need to talk about solutions for small businesses that are desperate for support.

| Wall Street Journal

Mr. Turner said that submitting ownership information for his companies wouldn’t be an enormous time burden, but he expressed skepticism about whether the measures would help investigators track down bad actors.

| U.S. Congressman French Hill

Today, House Entrepreneurship Caucus Co-Chair Congressman French Hill (AR-02), introduced the Enhancing Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century Act.


John Arensmeyer, founder & CEO of Small Business Majority: “Women entrepreneurs have been breaking the glass ceiling on small business ownership for decades, but unfortunately they continue to lag behind their male counterparts in crucial business indicators like revenue, number of employees

| U.S Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship

U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship Ranking Member Ben Cardin (D-Md.) today introduced legislation to invest in underserved innovators.

| Sentinel

The governor recently announced that healthcare rates will drop by over 20% in 2020. This is fantastic news for small business owners like me who are prevented from growing because we’re spending too much on healthcare each month.

| Advisor News

Small business advocates, consumer groups, and civil-rights advocates today sent a letter to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

| Black Star News

The For the 99.8% Act – modeled after legislation introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders – ensures that the 0.2 percent of estates that are worth over $3.5 million will finally begin paying their fair share of taxes.

| Medium

The governor’s recent announcement that rates for 2020 coverage will drop by a whopping 20% statewide is fantastic news for the many small businesses and solo entrepreneurs in our state that are struggling with their healthcare costs.