Small Business News

| Bankrate

Small Business Majority reports that DREAMers don’t shy away from entrepreneurship, either. Those protected under DACA work at small businesses and start their own small businesses in droves.

| Journal Gazette

Company owners may see more movement in their states, said John Arensmeyer, CEO of Small Business Majority, who called governors “more aggressive than anyone” on helping small business.


Clifton Broumand has started noticing something is off at the trade shows.

| Black Enterprise

A recent ruling by a Texas federal judge insisting the Affordable Care Act (ACA)—otherwise known as Obamacare—is unconstitutional is potentially bad news for millions of small businesses, the national advocacy group Small Business Majority maintains. U.S.

| Springfield Business Journal

Mary Overbey has a pulse on small business, collecting local operators with resources, such as education, advocacy and training. In short, she's a conduit. And she runs her own small business, Meric Landscaping LLC.

| Bloomberg Law

Existing small business health plans that pay members claims on their own will be able to take

| The Hill

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is nothing if not resilient in the face of uncertainty.

| Sacramento Bee

Lorenzo Harris, owner of Janico Building Services in North Highlands, was the first business owner in the state to sign up.

| New York Times

“It costs billions of dollars every time they do this, not to mention the impact on consumer confidence every time they threaten to do this,” said Mike Brey, the owner of two Hobby Works shops in Maryland.

| Washington Post

A federal court’s declaration that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional could destabilize the ACA marketplaces, which is bad news for the small businesses, employees and solo entrepreneurs who rely on the ACA for quality, affordable insurance.