Iowa Small Business Issues

issues

  • Iowan Health and Wellness PlanThe health-care bill is a response to the federal Affordable Care Act, which direct states to expand their Medicaid programs to encompass everyone making up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level – about $16,000 a year for an individual. Iowa’s program will be a hybrid, however, creating a new public health care program for individuals earning up to 100 percent of poverty and then fully subsidizing the purchase of private insurance for those making up to 138 percent. Small business is in need of clarification in order to predict how this will effect their businesses.

    Read Full Article »

  • Regulation ReviewReview regulations that affect Iowa’s business climate to assure they do not inhibit businesses from expanding or locating in the state. Iowa’s regulations should not exceed standards established by the federal government.

    Read Full Article »

  • JOB IMPACT STATEMENTSA signature piece of Governor Branstad's agenda, the Iowa requires state agencies to include a jobs impact report with filing of all administrative rules.

    Read Full Article »

  • WORKFORCE READINESSBusiness and industry supports educational programs.

    Read Full Article »

  • View More

    Connect

    Contact NFIB in Iowa

    Iowa

    ADDRESS:
    200 E. Grand Ave., Suite 390
    Des Moines, IA
    50309

    PHONE:
    515-243-4723

    Choose Your State