Small Business News

| 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.

| AARP Colorado

“It’s a reality that most small business owners do not have the resources to provide retirement benefits for their employees.

| Denver Business Journal

But groups like Good Business Colorado and Small Business Majority say that their members, slow to back the bill at first, have come around as they see that it will allow them, with the state’s help, to retain employees they otherwise may lose and to pay less to bring on temporary replacement wor

| The Register Guard

“About 70 percent of small businesses, mom and pop businesses, support the FAMILY Act. They want to offer paid medical and parental leave to their employees but they don’t have the tools or the funding for it,” said Parsons, referring to a recent poll by Small Business Majority.

| The Bulletin

“About 70 percent of small businesses, mom and pop businesses, support the FAMILY Act. They want to offer paid medical and parental leave to their employees but they don’t have the tools or the funding for it,” said Parsons, referring to a recent poll by Small Business Majority.

| Mississippi Business Journal

The director of national outreach for the Small Business Majority left Mississippi last year having compiled a lengthy list of the challenges the state’s rural small businesses face. Atop the list: An absence of broadband internet service and spotty cellular phone service.

| sNewsi

The director of national outreach for the Small Business Majority left Mississippi last year having compiled a lengthy list of the challenges the state’s rural small businesses face. Atop the list: An absence of broadband internet service and spotty cellular phone service.

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