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  • SMALL BUSINESS TO LAWMAKERS: TIME FOR SOLUTIONS NOT MORE PROBLEMSLegislators throughout the state were warned of NFIB’s opposition to the bill.

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  • Business Owners Gathered in Harrington to Discuss Small Business IssuesNFIB Members, Small Business Owners and Legislators gathered at JD Sign Co.

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  • Delaware considering another minimum wage increaseSome legislators in DE are hoping to raise Delaware's minimum wage to $10.25 by June 2019.

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    Delaware Small Business Issues

  • DE General Assembly considering a bill that would provide paid family leave for public employeesUnder HB 125, new parents would be eligible for leave for up to one year after the birth of the child.

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    RT @northsmallbiz: .@NFIB DE must reject efforts to raise gas taxes and fees on #smallbiz. Meaningful reforms needed! @SmallTownCoops htt…
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    SMALL BUSINESS TO DE LAWMAKERS: TIME FOR SOLUTIONS NOT MORE PROBLEMS http://t.co/5pM2uqCMVZ @delawareonline @WGMDRadio #smallbiz
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    How wold the Transportation Fee Increase Package HB140 affect your business? | NFIB http://t.co/0oLMCU7BE7
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    .@NFIBlegal says @EPA and Army Corps failed to consider #smallbiz when they proposed expanding the Clean Water Act: http://t.co/p2PJhta108