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  • NFIB Testifies in Support of Right-to-Work AmendmentThe legislation would make it difficult for future legislators to revoke Alabama's status as a right-to-work state.

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  • How Do Alabama’s Insurance Regulations Rate?R Street Institute releases annual insurance regulation report card.

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  • Ban-the-Box Policy May Gain Momentum in AlabamaAdvocates want criminal background questions removed from job applications.

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  • Are You OSHA Compliant in 2016?Keeping up with ever-changing OSHA requirements is no small task, especially with a slew of new rules for 2016. NFIB's free on-demand webinar will get you on the right track and help you avoid hefty fines for non-compliance.

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  • Don’t Forget to Include the Tax on Online PurchasesJust because you ordered it or bought it online doesn't mean it's tax free.

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  • Small Businesses Hurt By December Storms Qualify for Disaster AssistanceMany small businesses are affected by the storms and flooding.

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