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  • More Negative Obamacare News Has Some Suggesting It’s “Unsustainable”A huge insurer is leaving certain Obamacare exchanges, potentially hanging small businesses out to dry in the future.

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  • Regulation Nation: A Look at Obama’s LegacyThe current administration's unprecedented number of rules includes major legislative pieces that have had huge financial impacts on small business.

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  • This Controversial Issue Just Made It on to Washington Voters’ BallotVoters will decide how to handle a huge issue for small businesses this fall

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  • Running a Business Is About To Get More Expensive in SeattleThe City Council unanimously passed two tax increases on city businesses

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  • 5 Biggest Small Business Loan MistakesBorrowing can help fuel growth, but these errors can damage your chances for success.

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  • Tim Kaine: Friend or Foe to Small Business?The VP nominee has backed a minimum wage hike but has also fought the estate tax. Where else does he stand?

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