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Small business burdened by ever-growing pile of regulations

Shutterstock Small-business owners are feeling burdened by the growing list of government regulations, according to the newest release of the NFIB Research Foundation’s quadrennial Small Business Problems and Priorities survey. The survey asked 20,000 members of the National Federation of Independent Business to evaluate each of the 75 potential problems presented [...]
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