NFIB Earns More Wins Than Losses in Longest-Ever Legislative Session

Date: August 02, 2017

Read a preview of State Director Patrick Connor’s report to the membership

NFIB/Washington State Director Patrick Connor’s report to the membership will be in your mailbox later this month, but you can read it right now, right here.

In it, Connor describes the five big victories for small business and also what Main Street enterprises avoided having happened to them.

NFIB is the one-stop-shopping source for all small-business news, and it makes it easy to keep up with in a variety of ways:

  • The NFIB/Washington webpage at or
    (Just added: The complete story on the state’s new paid leave law and the challenges it poses ahead)
  • Twitter: @NFIB_WA
  • And the NFIB website for all federal news, 

Click here for a list of NFIB victories from the 2017 session of the Washington State Legislature and here for the 2018 challenges ahead.

[Top photo: State Director Patrick Connor receives a congratulatory handshake from Gov. Jay Inslee after the signing of House Bill 2005 into law, streamlining the licensing of local businesses. Second photo: Connor at the signing of House Bill 1120, which updated the state’s Regulatory Fairness Act. Third photo: Connor, second from right, at the governor’s signing of House Bill 1352, the small business bill of rights inventory, NFIB’s signature accomplishment of the session. Bottom photo: Signing ceremony for crowd-funding measure.]


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