The Colorado House of Representatives will soon vote on the 2018 FAMLI Act (House Bill 1), and as a small business owner, I strongly urge lawmakers to support this legislation. Passing this bill is just good common sense, especially for small business owners and their employees.
Small Business News
A Labor Department proposed rule that would make it easier for small businesses to band together to provide health insurance--thus getting the volume breaks large employers enjoy--had its first checkup ever on Capitol Hill.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners and the American Academy of Actuaries have warned that expanding AHPs could attract healthier people and leave sicker people to access individual and small-group market plans.
Although women and minorities are underrepresented in the entrepreneurship community in general, they are gaining more ground.
The House Education and the Workforce subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions issued the following testimony by John Arensmeyer, founder and CEO of Small Business Majority, at a hearing entitled "Expanding Affordable Health Care Options: Examining the Department of Labor'
A new poll by the advocacy group Small Business Majority revealed that 65% of African American and 64% of Latina small business owners say access to birth control, and the freedom to decide if and when to have children, has impacted their bottom lines as a business owner.
Today, the Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) held a hearing entitled, “Expanding Affordable Health Care Options: Examining the Department of Labor’s Proposed Rule on Association Health Plans.” On January 5, 2018, the Department of Labor (DOL) published a proposed rule
The House Committee on Education and the Workforce today held a subcommittee hearing on a Department of Labor proposed rule that would allow small employers and sole proprietors to form association health plans based on geography or industry.
According to a recent poll by advocacy group Small Business Majority, 56 percent of the 507 female entrepreneurs they surveyed confirmed that access to birth control and the opportunity to make the decision when to have children, if at all, permitted them to focus on their careers and businesses.
On Tuesday, March 20 at 10:00 a.m., the subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions will hold a hearing on 'Expanding Affordable Health Care Options: Examining the Department of Labor's Proposed Rule on Association Health Plans.' Witnesses: Mr.