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  • WHO WILL STAND UP FOR SMALL BUSINESS?This proposal is going the wrong way on the tax burden highway and is likely to collide with efforts to attract good jobs and entrepreneurs.

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  • This Week in Augusta – 01.25.2016 editionThe pace of legislative action continues to move slowly, largely due to a relatively light workload compared to prior “short session” years, when lawmakers typically had 400-600 bills to consider instead of the 300 or so this session.

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  • This Week in Augusta – 01.19.2016 editionMembers of the House debated for hours last Thursday on a proposal to establish a committee to investigate whether a case exists for the impeachment of Gov. Paul LePage.

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  • UNFAIR MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE WILL DESTROY SMALL BUSINESSESThe following remarks may be attributed to NFIB Maine state director, David Clough in response to today's rally calling for an increase to Maine's minimum wage:

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  • This Week in Augusta January 12, 2016Legislators have another light week on their agenda but the House is expected on Thursday to debate a resolution that calls for the impeachment of Gov. Paul LePage. The resolution is expected to receive little support.

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  • This Week in Augusta January 5, 2016 editionLegislators return to Augusta on Wednesday to begin the 2016 session. NFIB Maine State Director David Clough provides an update for small business owners.

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    Maine Small Business Issues

  • $12 Minimum Wage & IndexingNFIB is gearing up for a fight against a citizens’ initiative to raise the minimum wage to $12 by 2020, index for automatic yearly increases starting in 2021, and gradually increase the tipped employee minimum to match the match the minimum for all workers by 2024.

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  • Expanded Workplace ControlNFIB is fighting to defeat various attempts to expand reasons an employee may demand time off from work, including months of unpaid leave, as well as fighting against restrictions on screening employees who might pose a financial risk to a business.

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