Small Business Owners Concerned with Rising Cost of Prescription Drugs

On December 6, Small Business Majority released a new scientific opinion poll that shows the vast majority of small business owners who offer health insurance say the cost of prescription drugs is too high, and many feel that drug costs are impacting their bottom line.
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On December 6, Small Business Majority released a new scientific opinion poll that shows the vast majority of small business owners who offer health insurance say the cost of prescription drugs is too high, and many feel that drug costs are impacting their bottom line.

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On October 15, Colorado Outreach Manager Tim Gaudette was recognized as Business Person of the Year by the Denver Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce at their 2016 Special Anniversary Power Gala.

On October 13, LaJuanna Russell, Small Business Majority Board Member and Founder & President of Business Management Associates, Inc. participated in a panel discussion at the Center for American Progress with Jessica Milano, Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and other policy experts on barriers facing minority and women entrepreneurs. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew provided keynote remarks for the event.

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On October 6, Small Business Majority submitted comments to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services in response to proposed changes that could damage the small business health insurance marketplace.

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On September 29, California Director Mark Herbert joined Gov. Jerry Brown for the signing of the California Secure Choice Retirement Savings program, which will allow small business owners and their employees to save for the future at no added cost for employers.

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On September 14, Southern California Outreach Manager Xiomara Peña received an award from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti for her education and outreach to the local small business community.

On September 7, SBA's Office of Advocacy released a report outlining new and existing forms of alternative financing for small businesses.

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On August 24, Small Business Majority co-hosted an event with Kiva, a nonprofit organization that connects small business owners with 0% interest loans, to educate entrepreneurs about responsible lending options to start and grow their businesses.

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On August 2, Director of Special Initiatives Chris Armstrong published an op-ed outlining the harmful effects of North Carolina's HB 2--an anti-LGBT law that revokes local nondiscrimination protections-- on the state's economy and small businesses.

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On June 17, Small Business Majority sent a letter to the White House signed by more than 30 small business owners in honor of the centennial of the National Parks Service on the importance of public lands to small businesses and local economies. 

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