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Georgia Small Business News

  • NFIB Scorecard Proves Garland Is Not a Friend of Small BusinessNFIB examined Judge Garland's decisions in hundreds of cases, and the findings shatter the claim that the Supreme Court nominee is a down-the-middle moderate. The full scorecard details Garland's anti-business decisions, and the "quick facts" version provides an overview of his record.

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  • NFIB/Georgia Opposed Wage Increase, Pushed for Tax CutsA minimum wage hike and income tax cuts were on the table this session.

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  • Atlanta-Area Teen Is Finalist for Young Entrepreneur of the YearThe NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award is designed to reward students who have started their own small businesses.

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  • Atlanta Is Top 20 City for Young ProfessionalsState capital earns spot on Forbes' new list.

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  • Non-Obamacare Health Insurance Plans: Myth vs. FactIt's no secret that Obamacare is driving up the cost of health insurance. But what can you do about it?

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  • Victory: Pro-Business Water Bill Passes HouseNFIB-supported legislation will ensure basic service in instances of prior debt.

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    Georgia Small Business Issues

  • Congress Is Considering Legislation to Stop New Overtime RuleYou can help! Encourage your representatives to co-sponsor legislation to protect small business and their employees from the burdensome overtime rule proposed by the Department of Labor.

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  • Issues Facing Georgia Small Businesses

    Here are some of the issues NFIB/Georgia will be facing in the 2016 General Assembly:

    Fight costly health insurance mandates 
    NFIB will continue to fight efforts to increase mandated benefits on small business insurance plans that reduce flexibility and increase cost for business owners and their employees.

    Stop proposed wage and benefit increases
    NFIB is committed to stop any one-size-fits all government mandated proposed increases in minimum wage or mandated sick leave at the state level.

    Beat back trial lawyers attempts to expose small business to frivolous lawsuits
    NFIB will continue to fight efforts by plaintiff’s attorneys at the Gold Dome to open new avenues for lawsuits or erode important civil justice protections that could lead to more costly and unnecessary lawsuits against small employers.

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