Oklahoma Small Business Issues

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  • Issues Facing NFIB/Oklahoma

    Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

    • Resolutions calling for a Constitutional Convention solely for the purpose of a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution stalled in the legislature this year. We will continue to be a leading voice on this issue as the legislature takes it up again in 2016.


    Stop government 'bounty-hunter auditors

    • Legislation prohibiting state agencies from hiring private companies to enter your business and audit your books recently failed to advance. Business owners shouldn't be subject to unannounced audits by private companies claiming to represent the government.

     

    Asset seizure and forfeiture

    • Law enforcement can seize a business owner's assets merely at the suggestion of wrong-doing. The property rights of a small business owner must be protected and fought for.


    Stopping a new sales tax on services and labor

    • State legislators have recently suggested a new tax on services and labor as a way to bring revenue into the state. It would fall squarely on the shoulders of small business to collect and remit this new tax, and we will fight to oppose it.

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