How small businesses can wield influence in politics

11/11/2010 | Small Business Trends

Small businesses can make their voices heard in big politics by banding together to create a coalition, writes Rieva Lesonsky. She suggests businesses start small by tackling local ordinances that affect them such as zoning, then move on to state politics to tackle regulations and taxes.

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