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The Beacon Hill Report - October 2, 2014

An update on the mandated paid leave Question #4 ballot initiative as well as New England's looming energy crisis.

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Alternative to Mandatory Leave is Step in Right Direction

National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Massachusetts State Director Bill Vernon today made the following statement ...

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Small Business Backs Tisei in Hot North Shore Congressional Race

he National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) today announced its support for former state lawmaker Richard Tisei i...

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NFIB to Hospitals: Not Every Business Can Operate like the Biggest Employers

Director Bill Vernon today cautioned the CEOs of several hospitals who are backing mandatory paid leave that not every small bu...

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Spread the Word on Scholarships

Massachusetts high school seniors can start applying for a financial head-start in college from NFIB's Young Entrepreneur Found...

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The Beacon Hill Report - September 18, 2014

NFIB MA State Director provides an update on healthcare cost and income taxes.

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.@SBAgov Office of Advocacy joins @NFIB in opposition of @EPA Clean Water Act Expansion http://t.co/CczSal6AL7
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Energy cost a huge problem in New England esp w/bad winter expected. MA needs to re-engage regionally #energy http://t.co/k6EIBukBZc
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Great article on @VinnydeMacedo. @nfib_ma SAFE Trust proudly endorses #smallbiz owner @VinnydeMacedo for State Senate http://t.co/wMmcThmRA7
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Amended Partners’ merger deal needs more economic analysis by independent neutral 3rd party like @Mass_HPC #healthcare #magov
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A YES vote on Q#1 means legislative responsibility for any further increases to current $0.24 MA gas tax #tankthetax http://t.co/8yMlp56zQH