NFIB criticizes Obama's efforts to help small businesses

05/19/2011 | Portfolio.com

The Obama administration isn't focused on the real concerns of small-business owners, said NFIB in response to the president's National Small Business Week rundown of its accomplishments. "We think they're largely missing the point about what small businesses really care about today," said NFIB President Dan Danner, who noted that customers, certainty and increased costs are the biggest concerns to it members. Meanwhile, other business groups say the president is doing the right thing for small firms.

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