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Michigan Students Among 2014 Young Entrepreneur Award Winners

Assistant Director Amanda Fisher today announced the Michigan winners of the NFIB 2014 Young Entrepreneur Award.

Economy

Michigan Small Business Not Surprised by State's Big Jump in Economic Ranking

Assistant Director Amanda Fisher today said that small business owners in Michigan aren't surprised by the state's big move up ...

State

Michigan Small Business Wants More Regulations -- on Obamacare Navigators

Director Charlie Owens today unveiled a new survey showing that Michigan small business owners want more regulations and profes...

State

Small Businesses Speaks Out on Fracking in Michigan

A new survey released today by Michigan State Director Charlie Owens finds that a strong majority of small business owners beli...

State

No Support for Ban on Criminal Record Checks

Michigan small business owners strongly oppose a ban on using criminal convictions as a criteria in hiring.

Taxes

Small Business: Local Sales Tax a Bad Idea

Director Charlie Owens today released a new statewide survey showing that Michigan small business owners are overwhelmingly opp...

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Michigan #smallbiz is not surprised by state's big jump in economic ranking. Those in DC should follow our lead...http://t.co/9jPquHH0VZ
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Tomorrow is tax day. Four tax breaks every new #smallbiz owner should know: http://t.co/LMHOrx6EQX
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The top 3 problems #smallbiz owners are facing: http://t.co/KKlOBigGzW
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Today @NFIB testifies before #NLRB opposing accelerated union elections rule that strips #smallbiz of due process http://t.co/gClZDwjoZB
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MI #smallbiz say rules for regulating #fracking are good enough and state cannot afford to limit future energy growth http://t.co/BVrQ6rpRpZ