• Support for business affected by the tornadoes: NFIB/Oklahoma will work to ensure that the Legislature provides the support small businesses need to rebuild and reopen as quickly as possible.
  • Unemployment: Recent changes to our unemployment laws have been a good start, but more needs to be done. NFIB will fight to bring more clarity and common sense to our unemployment laws.
  • Stopping new taxes on services and labor: Legislators in both the House and Senate have suggested new sales taxes on services and labor as a new source of state revenue. NFIB has vigorously and actively opposed all efforts to place new sales taxes on services and labor.
  • Regulatory expansion: We will vigorously fight new regulations that levy fines on small business, especially those that penalize for non-harmful or clerical errors. In a tough economy, government agencies look for ways to raise their revenue. We will make sure small businesses are not seen merely as a revenue source.
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    Challenges Facing NFIB/Oklahoma in 2014

    Date: June 19, 2013

    • Support for business affected by the tornadoes: NFIB/Oklahoma will work to ensure that the Legislature provides the support small businesses need to rebuild and reopen as quickly as possible.
    • Unemployment: Recent changes to our unemployment laws have been a good start, but more needs to be done. NFIB will fight to bring more clarity and common sense to our unemployment laws.
    • Stopping new taxes on services and labor: Legislators in both the House and Senate have suggested new sales taxes on services and labor as a new source of state revenue. NFIB has vigorously and actively opposed all efforts to place new sales taxes on services and labor.
    • Regulatory expansion: We will vigorously fight new regulations that levy fines on small business, especially those that penalize for non-harmful or clerical errors. In a tough economy, government agencies look for ways to raise their revenue. We will make sure small businesses are not seen merely as a revenue source.

     

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