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Massachusetts Small Businesses: Partners Merger Will Raise Health Costs

The Massachusetts chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business and the Retailers Association of Massachusetts hav...

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The Beacon Hill Report - September 4, 2014

NFIB MA State Director Bill Vernon talks about health care costs, tax amnesty laws and the impact of a new domestic violence bi...

Massachusetts

The Beacon Hill Report - August 21, 2014

NFIB MA State Director Bill Vernon provides an update on the MA economy, Gov. Patrick's Economic Development bill and the Healt...

Massachusetts

The Beacon Hill Report - August 7, 2014 Edition

State Director Bill Vernon provides an update on the end of session for 2014.

Massachusetts

The Beacon Hill Report - July 17, 2014

NFIB MA State Director Bill Vernon provides an update from Beacon Hill.

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NFIB/Massachusetts Celebrates SCOTUS Decision on Forced Unionization

Director Bill Vernon today applauded a decision by the United States Supreme Court this morning invalidating an Illinois execut...

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Labor costs rose by 2.3% making it tough to grow jobs in this environment except a few high profit industries. MA already a high cost state
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Best way to encourage recyling & support #smallbiz is w/curbside, not forced deposit law. Check out #NoOnQuestion2 ad http://t.co/l90ipu54eT
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Suggestion: Lowering the sales tax would make taxes more progressive in MA #mapoli http://t.co/oVXdyJhAzk
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Dynamic growing econ leads to less income inequality. Heavy regulated, slow growth econ means more income inequality http://t.co/oGglNq94vh
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More progressive HR paid time off policies are threatened by MA government paid leave mandate ballot questions