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FILE - In this June 19, 2015 file photo, waitress Laura Haege carries a breakfast to be serve at the Waveland Cafe, in Des Moines, Iowa. Payroll processor ADP reports how many jobs private employers added in October on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)

Ortiz: Pass Small Business Tax Reform Now

An op-ed by Alfredo Ortiz, President and CEO of the Job Creators Network, points out that “small business expansion is negligible” in the U.S., and “there has been a decades-long slowdown in new business creation.”

Cleveland Business Owners: We Are Stranded in the Protest Zone

CLEVELAND, Ohio- Small businesses in the immediate area surrounding the Republican National Convention are bracing for possible violence and criticizing the local government and the RNC for leaving them essentially stranded in the convention’s designated “protest zone.”

Texas State Senator Critical of Big Business’ Opposition to Tax Relief Bill

AUSTIN, Texas — State Senator Dr. Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown) sent an open letter on Tuesday to a group of business associations, challenging their opposition to SB 8, the Small Business Tax Relief Act. The bill was filed by Schwertner filed in February. The letter acknowledges the contribution that big businesses make to the Texas economy, but accuses them of neglecting the state’s small businesses in favor of protecting the interests of powerful big businesses.

Senate Targets Obama ‘Ambush’ of Small Business

The Senate Health, Labor, Education and Pensions Committee will hear from two owners of small businesses, who will discuss a recent ruling by the NLRB’s general counsel that could potentially block entrepreneurs from opening their own businesses.

Tawni's Ponies (Courtesy Tawni Angel)

‘Tawni’s Ponies’ Win First Round in Defamation Case

Small business owner Tawni Angel has won the first round of her court battle against a radical animal rights activist who is attempting to ban Angel’s popular pony rides from a weekly Santa Monica farmers’ market. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Lisa Hart-Cole ruled last Thursday that Angel’s lawsuit against activist Marcy Winograd can proceed, finding that Angel demonstrated a “sufficient probability of prevailing” on the question of whether Winograd had defamed her.

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