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NSBA | Letters, Comments, and Testimony

NSBA Joins Letter to DOL Requesting Stay of Overtime Rule

With pending judicial review on the rule, the Dept. of Labor must limit the effects of its final overtime rule.

NSBA Joins Letter to DOL Requesting Stay of Overtime Rule

NSBA Commends House Cmte. Oversight Investigating Federal Shortcomings

"...we write to express our support and gratitude for the recent investigation conducted by the House Small Business Committee into the compliance of federal agencies with the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA). We commend the Committee’s diligent efforts in identifying and addressing the shortcomings of federal agencies in adhering to the mandates of the RFA, which are crucial in protecting small businesses from undue regulatory burdens."

NSBA Commends House Cmte. Oversight Investigating Federal Shortcomings

NSBA Joins Coalition Letter Opposing Increased Costs for Small Business on Main Street

Our opposition is due to Section 101(b) of the bill, which would exempt all financial institutions with assets of up to $50 billion from Federal Reserve Regulation II.

NSBA Joins Coalition Letter Opposing Increased Costs for Small Business on Main Street

NSBA Leads Joint Trade Groups in Letter Against CTA

The undersigned organizations, representing millions of small businesses, strongly support legislation to repeal the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA).

NSBA Leads Joint Trade Groups in Letter Against CTA

NSBA Joins Letter Urging Passage of Tax Bill

H.R. 7024 would restore provisions of Section 174 of the tax code relating to first-year expensing of research and development (R&D) investment by American small businesses.

NSBA Joins Letter Urging Passage of Tax Bill

NSBA + PPWO Letter to DOL

NSBA joined more than 80 organizations in support of H.R. 7367, the Overtime Pay Flexibility Act, which prohibits the Department of Labor (DOL) from finalizing, implementing, or enforcing its proposed rule, “Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, Administrative, Professional, Outside Sales, and Computer Employees.”

NSBA + PPWO Letter to DOL

NSBA Letter to CFPB

The CBFP must include small business statistics in its analyses before publication of final rules on credit card fees.

NSBA Letter to CFPB

NSBA Joins CCCA-EPC Letter

The Credit Card Competition Act (CCCA) is simple common sense for small business.

NSBA Joins CCCA-EPC Letter

NSBA Joins PPWO on EAP Exemption Letter

Millions of employees in almost every industry will be affected by the proposed changes.

NSBA Joins PPWO on EAP Exemption Letter

NSBA Congratulates Speaker Johnson

NSBA congratulates and looks forward to working with Speaker Johnson, as we continue crafting common-sense small-business policies.

NSBA Congratulates Speaker Johnson

NSBA, PPWO Letter to DOL for Overtime Rule Comment Extension

Requesting a 60-day extension to the comment period on the DOL's notice on proposed changes to the overtime pay exemptions.

NSBA, PPWO Letter to DOL for Overtime Rule Comment Extension

NSBA Letter to Chairman McHenry, House Financial Services Cmte.

NSBA urges Congress to pass the Protecting Small Business Information Act of 2023 (H.R.4035), and ultimately repeal the CTA in its entirety.

NSBA Letter to Chairman McHenry, House Financial Services Cmte.

NSBA Urges Congress to Support Small Business in Privacy Policies

Joining a number of small-business Chambers of Commerce and organizations, NSBA sent a letter to Congress urging policymakers to avoid adding to the growing patchwork of state privacy laws passed and affecting small-business owners.

NSBA Urges Congress to Support Small Business in Privacy Policies

NSBA Sends Letter Supporting CCCA Amendment in NDAA

Stifled by sky-high credit card fees, this amendment is critical both to small business and U.S. national security.

NSBA Sends Letter Supporting CCCA Amendment in NDAA

NSBA Joins Letter Opposing DOL Overtime Changes

Joining the PPWO and 100+ advocacy organizations, NSBA opposes the DOL rushing into proumlgating new standards for overtime.

NSBA Joins Letter Opposing DOL Overtime Changes

NSBA Supports Main Street Tax Certainty Act of 2023

Joining 146 other groups, NSBA supports making permanent the Section 199A 20-percent deduction.

NSBA Supports Main Street Tax Certainty Act of 2023

NSBA Comments on TRIPS Waiver

The TRIPS waiver expansion could further erode the intellectual property protections that are the lifeblood of America’s small businesses and their abilities to innovate, create jobs, and fuel the economy.

NSBA Comments on TRIPS Waiver

NSBA Comments on the FTC's New Noncompete Clause

The proposed rule will significantly reduce abilities of many owners to protect their small business without options for non-compete agreements with key employees, contractors, and advisors.

NSBA Comments on the FTC's New Noncompete Clause

NSBA Urges Caution on the PRO Act

If enacted, the PRO Act will pose far-reaching negative impacts on workers, small businesses, employers, contractors, and unions alike.

NSBA Urges Caution on the PRO Act

NSBA Sends Letter Regarding SBA Vacancies

Several SBA positions have been open since the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving the majority of small-business owners (67 percent) less than fully confident their business will recover.

NSBA Sends Letter Regarding SBA Vacancies

NSBA Submits Independent Contractor Comments

The DOL's proposal gives no guidance on how these factors interplay and how businesses should make decisions if these factors point in different directions. NSBA believes that these new rules should be withdrawn, and the current rules should be given a chance to work.

NSBA Submits Independent Contractor Comments

NSBA Submits Joint-Employer Comments

Fewer start-ups, lost innovation, higher costs, and a less vibrant entrepreneurial economy, the NLRB's proposed joint-employer standard will devastate the small-business economy.

NSBA Submits Joint-Employer Comments
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