Small Business Owners Struggling To Find Workers

Small Business Owners Are Continuing To Have Problems Attracting New Workers In The Wake Of The Coronavirus Pandemic And Are Trying To Entice Them With New Incentives, A New Report From The U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Shows.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break April 15, 2021

1) Biden’s Policies Cause Inflation
2) Gov. Lee to Consider Bill on LGBTQ Curriculum
3) Bill Banning ‘Dark Money’ In Elections Passes Tennessee Senate
4) Nashville Dem Representative Ready to Jump on Board with Amtrak Expansion
5) Report Details Franchise Corporation Practices That Hurt Small Business
6) Gas And Other Consumer Prices Spike In 2021 First Quarter
7) Chattanooga Public Library Patron Data Breach Detected

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Report Details Franchise Corporation Practices That Hurt Small Business

A First-of-its-kind Report Released Tuesday By A U.S. Senator Details Alleged “Deceptive And Misleading” Practices By Franchise Corporations That Hurt Small Business Owners.

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Mayoral Candidate Kelly Mocks Death of Limbaugh; Supports Radical Agendas, Personal Gains At The Expense Of Chattanooga

With His Mocking Of The Death of Rush Limbaugh, His Support Of UnifiED & The Moving Of His Car Dealership From Chattanooga To East Ridge For Personal Gain, It Appears Mayoral Candidate Tim Kelly May Not Be Looking Out For The Best Interests Of Chattanooga & Its Citizens.

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To Work, PPP Loans Must Be Fully Non-Taxable

Tax Headaches Have Started Early For American Small Business Owners This Tax Season. States Can Help These Employers & Accelerate Economic Recovery By Clarifying That Business Expenses Paid From The Paycheck Protection Plan Loans Are Fully Tax-Deductible, In-Line With Federal Law.

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Tennessee Legislature Seeks To Prohibit Businesses From Requiring Masks, COVID Tests, Vaccinations

Representative Susan Lynn Has Filed A Bill In Tennessee House Of Representatives That, If Passed, Would Make It Unlawful For Businesses Of Public Accommodation To Create Policies Requiring Consumers To Wear Masks, Take COVID Tests, Or Vaccines, Or Any Other Type Of Medical Treatment.

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Free “Resiliency Checklist” Aims To Better Prepare Small Businesses, Organizations For Crises

The Enterprise Center has launched an online toolkit designed for Chattanooga’s small businesses, nonprofits and faith-based organizations. The aim of The Resiliency Checklist is to better prepare user’s businesses for pandemics, natural disasters and other crises.

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Another Chattanooga Restaurant Closes, Local Owners Demand Pandemic Relief Grants

The Coronavirus And Related Restrictions Have Taken Their Toll On Local Chattanooga Business With Yet Another Small Business Having To Close Its Doors. Should local officials continue to discourage eating out at restaurants that struggle to enter the take-out/delivery market?

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Small Businesses Say More Federal Aid Needed For Success During COVID

Outlining The Desperate Need For COVID-19 Relief Funds, Half Of Small Business Owners Say Their Operations Will Only Be Able To Continue For A Year Or Less In The Current Economic Climate Before They Have To Close Permanently.

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