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  • 'Do Your Thing' Movement Increases Efficiency, Lowers Energy Costs for Small Business 'Do Your Thing' Movement Increases Efficiency, Lowers Energy Costs for Small Business NFIB/California has recently joined up with Energy Upgrade California, a statewide customer engagement initiative committed to empowering all Californians and small businesses to lower their cost of doing business by becoming energy stewards.

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  • Cap and Trade Deal Will Raise Costs, Hurt Small Businesses Cap and Trade Deal Will Raise Costs, Hurt Small Businesses Following legislative leadership revealing their proposed Cap and Trade deal with Governor Brown, NFIB California State Executive Director Tom Scott issued the following statement on behalf of our 22,000 dues-paying small business members.

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  • Small Business Reacts to Senate Passage of SB 2 (Atkins) Small Business Reacts to Senate Passage of SB 2 (Atkins) Following the Senate passage of SB 2 (Atkins), which is listed as an NFIB “Ugly” bill, NFIB California State Executive Director Tom Scott issued the following statement on behalf of our 22,000 dues-paying small business members.

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  • Small Business Calls on U.S. Senate to back Healthcare Reform Small Business Calls on U.S. Senate to back Healthcare Reform The National Federation of Independent Business/California (NFIB/CA) is calling on the United States Senate to vote for the Better Care Reconciliation Act, which would repeal nearly $1 trillion in taxes and lift the Obamacare mandate penalties that have suffocated small businesses for almost a decade.

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  • NFIB Announces Updated Small Business Priorities at Legislative Halftime NFIB Announces Updated Small Business Priorities at Legislative Halftime With the annual legislative house of origin and budget deadlines behind us, NFIB California released an updated list of remaining Good, Bad, and Ugly bills which will have major consequences for small business.

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  • 2017-18 State Budget Offers Record Spending, Less Transparency 2017-18 State Budget Offers Record Spending, Less Transparency Following the passage of the 2017-18 state budget, NFIB California State Executive Director Tom Scott issued the following statement on behalf of our 22,000 dues-paying small business members.

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