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NSBA asking for your input on ‘unfair’ regulations

The National Small Business Association (NSBA) says the federal regulatory burden continues to be a key problem for America’s small-business owners—and you have the unique opportunity to make an impact and potentially address some of the most egregious regulations you face.

Earlier this year, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13563, Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review, which directs most federal agencies to conduct a retrospective regulatory review and develop a mechanism for an ongoing review of existing regulations.

In order to provide detailed comments to the various agencies with the most burdensome and unfair regulations, NSBA need your input. Please take a few moments today and let us know which existing, federal regulations or regulatory requirements impose the greatest burden on you and your small business.

NSBA’s general counsel, David Burton will use your input in crafting a formal regulatory agenda for NSBA which will be used in working to reform or repeal the most problematic regulations. Some of the key regulatory areas on which NSBA is seeking your input include: labor, employment, workplace and occupational safety, environmental, health, securities and procurement regulations. Other areas, of course, may be just as important, so don’t hesitate to forward any federal regulation to NSBA.

Send NSBA your input by Dec. 15, 2011.
Please click here to send NSBA your comments, or e-mail David Burton at dburton@nsba.biz.


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