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Senate Republicans are squabbling over relative tax benefits for the richest companies.
U.S. Senators Rand Paul (R-KY) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) seem to have very little in common. They are in different generations, running for the nominations of different parties, and seem to be on the exact opposite of the ideological spectrum.
The "mom and pop" business group is fighting California's lead paint ruling on behalf of three corporate defendants.
Whether the Green Mountain State keeps moving forward with its goal of achieving universal coverage while also reducing the growth of health care spending depends largely on how the state's residents and businesses react to what Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin has in mind.
There is one arena in which misleading the public not only is abided but is the norm: politics. In fact, much of what constitutes political discourse in this country is now built on a foundation of dishonesty.
WASHINGTON -- The National Federation of Independent Business received a $500,000 contribution from a group funded by the
"Struggle" seems to be the operative word for the condition of small business today. Is there anything that can be done to help them in that struggle?
Disruption. Get ready to hear that word many times in the coming weeks, especially if you hang out inside the Washington beltway.
Here's a suggestion for the National Federation of Independent Business, the group that led the legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act and has now spent over $1 million in the 2012 elections, every dollar of it either supporting Republicans or attacking Democrats.
"If any new taxes are levied on me, or my company, as our current president plans, I will have no choice but to reduce the
At the end of the call, Romney urged business owners to relay their thoughts on the election to their employees. "If any
Picking up a National Federation of Independent Business endorsement is notable for Akin, since his strongest support has
By contrast, small-business owners are not as partisan. In fact, a recent poll showed that 47 percent of small-business owners