Statements about Small Business
Says that President Obama said that "Small Businesses Succeed Because of Government."
"Rhode Islanders pay among the highest auto repair bills in the nation."
A company with "20 employees" could go "out of business" because of health care law requirements to buy insurance.
"The number of new businesses started per year has dropped by 100,000 during this president’s term."
"Up to 80 percent of small businesses will be forced to give up their current plans due to new Obamacare regulations."
"Ninety percent of the people who work in this country work for companies under 100 people, maybe even less than that."
Says "sixty-two percent of small businesses over the last five years went under because they couldn't pay their health care bills."
Federal law prohibits the growing of industrial hemp in the United States.
Small businesses "create 70 percent of the jobs in America."
Says the Treasury Department "says 41 percent of all business income reported on individual returns would be hit by the [millionaires’] surtax" that "would harm small businessmen and women, the very people we are counting on to create new jobs."
"The Tax Foundation figures Rhode Island as the 10th highest state for state and local tax burden per capita in the country. We're the 6th worst in the country for the business tax index. We're the 3rd highest per capita in the country for all taxes."
"We have provided at least 16 tax cuts to small businesses."
The Obama administration has cut taxes on small businesses 17 times.
Virginia was named "best managed state, best state for business and best state to raise a child" while I was governor.
"The only segment in the beer market that is growing is the craft beer segment."
Says "legislation pending in the House would effectively limit or eliminate ‘time-and-a-half’ for people who work overtime."
Says Texas school districts are the fifth largest employers in the world.
"75 percent of the jobs created in the state of Ohio are created in small business. They are not created by huge corporations and those who are very wealthy."
Property tax exemptions can be granted to small businesses that move into Milwaukee County.
Wisconsin employers have repeatedly said in surveys that our anti-business litigation climate is one of the most important factors affecting their expansion decisions.
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