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NFIB to Massachusetts Legislature: Stop Hiding Behind Automatic Increases

Today the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) encouraged voters to vote “yes on one” and repeal the annual i...

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Complying with Federal Healthcare Changes Starting in 2015

With 2015 only a few short months away additional provisions of the federal Affordable Care Act will soon be implemented and sm...

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Massachusetts Small Business Backs Chapman in Cape Cod Congressional Race

Massachusetts Small Business Backs Chapman in Cape Cod Congressional Race

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The Beacon Hill Report - October 16, 2014

NFIB MA update on the "Vote No on Question 4" efforts, state tax revenues and the financial state of MA hospitals.

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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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In 1st Hampden House District @nfib_ma SAFE Trust endorsed Rep Todd Smola for re-election http://t.co/348EQIHcBe
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NFIB MA SAFE Trust endorsed Rep Paul Frost for re-election in 7th Worcester House District #mapoli http://t.co/b21RC4aJ0P
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In 1st Essex Senate District @nfib_ma SAFE Trust endorsed @KOConnorIves for re-election http://t.co/N4OpoCMCjT
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MA already diverts use of more gas tax revenue away from repair & maintenance of roads & bridges than any other state vote #yeson1
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Employee illness issues resolved in 48 states without sick leave law. Q4 would be the most rigid & inflexible sick leave law in nation