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Ventura, CA | CR Mobile Repair & Towing Brings U-Haul On Board

Ventura, CA | CR Mobile Repair & Towing Brings U-Haul On Board

VENTURA, Calif.  — U-Haul Company of California is pleased to announce that CR Mobile Repair & Towing signed on as a U-Haul® neighborhood dealer to serve the Ventura community. CR Mobile Repair & Towing at 2701 N. Ventura Ave. will offer essential services like U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment, moving supplies and in-store pickup for boxes. […]

‘A Disgrace’: Democrats Block Bill Determining If COVID-19 Relief Went To Taliban

‘A Disgrace’: Democrats Block Bill Determining If COVID-19 Relief Went To Taliban

Thomas Catenacci  Democrats on the House Committee on Small Business blocked a bill Thursday that would’ve determined if federal COVID-19 relief funds were given to the Taliban. Ranking Member Blaine Luetkemeyer proposed the bill as an amendment during the committee’s markup of parts of Democrats’ $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package on Thursday. If Luetkemeyer’s amendment was approved, Small Business […]

Biden To Impose Largest Tax Increase Since 1968

Biden To Impose Largest Tax Increase Since 1968

by Isabelle Morales The $3.5 trillion tax hike being pushed by President Biden and congressional Democrats would be the largest tax increase since 1968. In nominal dollars, Biden’s $3.5 trillion tax increase would be the largest in history. But even when comparing this tax as a percentage of the economy, this tax hike would be the largest in more […]

Small businesses say Big Labor’s PRO Act would put them under

Small businesses say Big Labor’s PRO Act would put them under

By Casey Harper | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – The Biden Administration sent some stock prices tumbling and left small businesses worried after taking sides on a hotly contested labor issue that critics say could threaten the jobs of millions of independent workers and thousands of small businesses. In his address to the nation Wednesday […]

Preservationists, Environmentalists, and Small Businesses Protest Demolition of State Capitol

Preservationists, Environmentalists, and Small Businesses Protest Demolition of State Capitol

(SACRAMENTO, CA) – While the Joint Committee on Rules held a closed-door session preceding an informational hearing to discuss the controversial Capitol Annex Project, preservation, environmental, and business organizations held a news conference on the steps of the Capitol to demand a stop to the demolition. During a time when the majority of legislative and […]

Death of Prop 13 | Union Backed Prop. 15 Will Destroy Small Businesses

Death of Prop 13 | Union Backed Prop. 15 Will Destroy Small Businesses

    By Edward Ring California’s state and local governments, and the public sector unions that exercise nearly absolute control over the politicians who supposedly oversee them, have always had an insatiable desire for higher taxes. The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has added even more urgency to their insatiable quest for more money from […]

Companies tied to California officials get US loans aimed to keep small businesses afloat

Companies tied to California officials get US loans aimed to keep small businesses afloat

By CUNEYT DIL | The Associated Press SACRAMENTO — Businesses tied to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis and two of the state’s legislative leaders were among those that received federal loans aimed at keeping small businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, records released Monday showed. A Northern California winery and hospitality company, […]

Supporting Black-Owned Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship

Supporting Black-Owned Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship

    By: Michael Vallante With the COVID-19 pandemic and the unrest that has been taking place in some cities, the impact has been felt in every sector of our economy. There has never been a more challenging time for America’s small business. That’s especially true for minority-owned businesses who face unique challenges even in […]

Small Businesses Seek Flexibility for PPP Loan Program

Small Businesses Seek Flexibility for PPP Loan Program

BY EMEL AKAN WASHINGTON—Some small businesses are nearing the end of their eight-week forgiveness window in the pandemic relief loan program, and are worried about having their loan forgiven. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which offers relief loans to small businesses, can be converted into grants. Businesses, however, have to spend funds within eight weeks starting the day they […]

Small Businesses Defy Odds to Keep Going Amid Lockdown

Small Businesses Defy Odds to Keep Going Amid Lockdown

BY VENUS UPADHAYAYA Small businesses around the United States are struggling to get by amid CCP virus lockdowns. While a few have remained open, defying government executive orders, some have adjusted their business models to keep going, even as their communities battle with death and economic loss. David Smith (not his real name), who runs a home decor […]

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