NSBA Initiatives

Action Alerts

Members are at the core of NSBA, and our efforts in Washington would be nothing without their support in driving the small-business advocacy initiatives we do every day. 

Click now and click back often to learn the latest about our efforts on Capitol Hill and beyond! 

Research and Briefs

NSBA is a recognized source for data on America’s small-business community. We produce two biannual Economic Reports which provide trending data on how small business is faring, a host of targeted surveys on items ranging from taxation to exporting, and our weekly quick polls which give an informal snapshot of how small businesses are feeling on any number of issues.

NSBA Priority Issues

Big opportunities for small business are all around, and NSBA's Economic Development priorities are pointed at creating more. 

Environmental and Regulatory Affairs (ERA) is focused on giving good air to small businesses operating in this wide open space.  Read more. 

Health and Human Resources (HHR) is focused on fighting for transparency, accountability, and optimization for small businesses operating across these industries.  

Common sense is the foundation of NSBA priority policy pursuits.  Particularly for matters related to taxation, we are dedicated to being small business' representation.  Read more

Big Voices for Small Business 

Engage your employees.  Talk about policy.  Get out the Vote for Small Business. 

The 2022 midterm efforts are in full swing -  good, bad, and in between.  Platforms are crowded by confusing campaign content vying to capture votes for candidates and causes.

 

NSBA is here to help guide you through the chaotic communications. Below, you can download a variety of resources designed to help you navigate the upcoming elections and engage with lawmakers over the coming months.

Download and display NSBA's nonpartisan poster at your workplace to help explain the importance of voting and why voting on small-business issues matters.

Consulting with leading employment attorneys on a mission to serve small business owners, NSBA got the scoop on the dos and don'ts of talking with employees at work about voting. 

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