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| RiverBender.com

The Program has received endorsements from both employers and editorial boards across the state.

| Sacramento Bee

“Trump’s short-term health plans are cheaper but cover less” (sacbee.com, Aug. 1): The Trump administration’s rule authorizing the expansion of short-term insurance plans is bad news for California small businesses that depend on the Affordable Care Act marketplace.

| CALmatters

The Trump administration’s rule authorizing the expansion of short-term insurance plans is bad news for small businesses, small business employees and solo entrepreneurs in California that depend on the Affordable Care Act for quality, affordable insurance.

| Aspen Daily News

The Colorado Division of Insurance recently released 2019 proposed premium increases for individual health plans purchased through the state’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchange, and while most of the increases are moderate they would have been even lower if not for attempts by the Trump administ

| CBS Money Watch

Small business coverage. This siphoning effect may hit small business owners and employees particularly hard, said John Arensmeyer, CEO of the Small Business Majority, a liberal advocacy organization.

| Richmond Times-Dispatch

The Trump administration’s efforts to destabilize the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will result in many of Virginia’s small businesses paying more for health insurance next year.

| Morning Consult

The absence of a paid family and medical leave policy in the United States is hurting my employees and my business. It doesn’t have to be this way, however, because a plan to solve this problem has been on the table for years — only Congress declined to act on it.

| Boulder Daily Camera

The Trump administration's efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will force many of Colorado's small businesses and solo entrepreneurs to pay more for health insurance or forgo coverage entirely.

Recently, the administration made two destructive decisions.

| Daily Herald

Most Americans believe true retirement is not an option. A recent survey by Employee Benefit Research Institute found 79 percent of workers expect to keep working even after they technically retire, mainly because they anticipate they will need more income.

| Black Owned & Operated

The Women’s Entrepreneurship Program will help local women entrepreneurs gain the resources they need to start and grow their companies. The Small Business Majority plans to offer in-person and online resources for women through educational events in the area.