Maryland Small Business Issues

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  • Overtime Rule Compliance UpdateIn case you missed it: Watch our overtime rule webinar with guest speaker Tammy McCutchen, a principal at Littler Mendelson and leading authority on federal and state wage-hour laws and prevailing wage laws.

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  • 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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  • Share your business insurance concerns with Maryland’s Insurance CommissionerThe Insurance Commissioner is asking for your comments about the recent changes in the property and casualty insurance market

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  • Maryland 2015 Session ReviewUnder the leadership of Governor Larry Hogan, it was a much better year for the small business community in Annapolis.

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  • Are Your Representatives Fighting the Latest Obamacare Penalty?Tell Congress to protect small businesses from the latest catastrophic Internal Revenue Service penalties created in the healthcare law.

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  • Montgomery County Council Passes Paid Leave LawThe new mandate will take effect on October 1, 2016

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