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Category: Trade Groups and Think Tanks

Burton Folsom
Burt joins Jim on Labor Day to talk about the history of Labor Day, and how it has changed over the years. They also talk about the importance of coordination and communication between the marketplace and our schools.
Ray Keating
Ray reports on the 1999 Small Business Survival Index, Ranking the environment for entrepreneurialism.
Karen Kerrigan
Grace-Marie Arnett
Grace-Marie covers health care issues during the first half of this archive, and Karen joins Jim to discuss the Small Business Survival Summit in Washington, DC, which the SBSC conducts each year, and from which Jim is broadcasting this day as a guest of the SBSC.
Grace-Marie Arnett
Grace-Marie talks with Jim about the current and potential political mismanagement of healthcare in the United States, and how small business owners are discriminated against with respect to providing healthcare benefits to employees.
Karen Kerrigan
Karen shares some of the public policy issues affecting small businesses that are the result of actions by our politicians. Karen also talks about the SBSC agenda, which is absolutely dedicated to helping small business.
Jack talks with Jim about the struggle small business has keeping the government from making laws that harm us, and what the NFIB is doing about it. Jim has been a member of the NFIB for a long time, and encourages small business owners to check out the outstanding job they are doing on a national as well as state level. The NFIB is ranked as the third most effective lobbying group in ALL of Washington.
Michael Tanner
In this visit, Steve talks with Jim about the concept of privatizing the U.S. Social Security system, and the challenges we face in getting this passed.

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