Some K Street sources say NFIB's strategy to negotiate with Democrats on health care reform, until it decided this month that the Senate version turned out to be lacking, hurt the group's standing. But CEO Dan Danner doesn't see it that way. "Most of our members say today the status quo isn't acceptable," Danner says. CQ Politics takes a look at how Danner is modernizing technology at NFIB and sees the need to engage Democrats in conversation.
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