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Entry Title Date
Remembering Mayor John Ford September 19, 2014
Lou Barletta, R-PA
"Prior to serving as mayor of Hazleton, Mayor Ford was the founder and owner of John Ford Trucking and the Hazleton Standard Fuel Co., a small company that continues to service the Hazleton area to this day. Beyond his role as a small business owner, Mayor Ford was very active in the area. He was a member of the Hazleton Elks, West Hazleton Lions, and was on the board of numerous charitable organizations. Mayor Ford continued to serve on multiple committees at the local, state, and federal level after completing his term as mayor."
Bank On Students Emergency Loan Refinancing Act—Motion To Proceed September 16, 2014
Mitch McConnell, R-KY
"But this Kentuckian warned that this action by the NLRB could end his independence as a small business owner by ceding decisions to a far-off corporate headquarters. The NLRB action could have “devastating impacts on my ability to create jobs, grow my businesses and support my community,” he said."
Department Of Defense Appropriations Act, 2015 June 20, 2014
Bill Huizenga, R-MI
"My amendment would prohibit the use of funds by the Defense Logistics Agency to implement the 2012 Small Business Administration’s interim rule in regards to footwear, preventing the Defense Logistics Agency from bidding the contract as a small business set-aside."
Health Care June 4, 2014
Roy Blunt, R-MO
"Wayne in Moberly said his premiums and prescription drug costs have increased and he is concerned it is because of all the new requirements that have to be met. He said: “The future does not look good from where I stand as a small business owner and a farmer.”"
Chinese Trade Practices May 22, 2014
John Barrasso, R-WY
"People get insurance through work. The laws are interesting. This is a story from Ohio about the cost because that is what really people were concerned about when we wanted to do health care reform; it was to say let’s get the cost down. The President promised families would see a $2,500 reduction in the cost of their insurance policies in a year once all of this was implemented. But one of the side effects is actually higher premiums. This article talks about a man who owns a popular brew pub in Cleveland. He has fewer than 50 full-time employees. So he is classified under the health care law as a small business, which means he does not actually have to provide health insurance to his employees. But he has been doing so. He has been doing so since he opened this pub a number of years ago, and he has done it in spite of some fairly significant jumps in the cost of the insurance."

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