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  • How did Small Business Fare During the 2016 Legislative Session?Find out the outcome of the legislation that NFIB supported and opposed

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  • 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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  • What the End of Session Means for Your Small BusinessHere's a look at two major NFIB-opposed measures.

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  • Pesticide Restrictions May Be Enacted in MarylandNFIB-opposed measure would take control away from businesses.

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  • Join NFIB Maryland for a Session Briefing & Member Appreciation Happy HourLearn How Small Business Fared During the 2016 Session from Senator Andrew Serafini

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