Small Business News

| Colorado Politics

Slowing or even lowering premiums for ACA marketplace plans is critical because these increases have a disproportionate impact.


"I'm a 63-year-old reasonably healthy guy. I rarely go to the doctor, but premiums are about $10,000 out of pocket." - Jim Holifield

"The [proposed subsidy] amount isn't a huge amount, but it's a step in the right direction." - Syd Winlock


Meeting with small business owners and entrepreneurs, Gov. Gavin Newsom listened to their concerns on healthcare coverage and costs.

| Washington Post

“If Trump goes the whole way and puts tariffs on all Chinese imports, I wouldn’t be able to bring anything into our country to sell around the world. I’d have to manufacture in China. Does that make any sense? Not to me,” Broumand said.

| The Hill

As Small Business Majority noted in an amicus brief filed in Texas v. United States, the ACA has provided quality, affordable health coverage to numerous small firms and entrepreneurs that once struggled to access health insurance.

| Medium

National Small Business Week is a time to recognize everything great about America’s small firms, and one of the best things about small businesses is the contributions we make to our communities. Giving back is really important to me, and so is protecting our planet.

| Medium

As small business owners we’re disappointed the Colorado legislature is not passing a paid leave bill this year because the Family Medical Leave Insurance Program (FAMLI Act) would level the playing field for small firms trying to compete with their larger business counterparts for talented emplo

| Mogul

I’m not alone in trying to navigate these difficulties.

| American Booksellers Association

The Small Business Majority (SBM), a national small business advocacy organization, has planned a series of events for the week and is also featuring photos of small business owners on its social media accounts.

| CNN International

Paid leave opponents often articulate unfounded small business concerns to ward off changes to the status quo.