NFIB Small Business Legal Center challenges OSHA’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate in NFIB v. OSHA, and the U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of NFIB. OSHA withdraws the vaccine mandate.
NFIB is the guiding voice for policymakers in Washington, D.C., and all 50 state capitals, as small businesses across the country struggle to survive. NFIB holds its first virtual Fly-In, earns thousands of national and local media appearances, and creates a critical bi-weekly webinar for small business owners. NFIB state…
The COVID-19 pandemic and government-mandated shutdowns leave small businesses fighting to keep their doors open, and NFIB becomes even more crucial. NFIB’s research and COVID-19 survey series guides NFIB’s response in shaping the CARES Act’s Paycheck Protection Program, a much-needed lifeline for Main Street.
New President Brad Close is selected as the 8th NFIB president.
NFIB Small Business Legal Center successfully stops a mandatory paid sick leave law from taking effect in Austin, Texas.
NFIB holds its 75th Anniversary. President Donald Trump addresses NFIB members.
As part of the TCJA, a longstanding priority is finally achieved with the repeal of the individual mandate, which was established in the ACA.
NFIB fights for small business tax relief in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) and successfully creates the Small Business Deduction (Section 199A), a 20 percent deduction for small businesses.
NFIB Small Business Legal Center successfully stops a Department of Labor rule from taking effect that would have doubled the salary threshold for overtime eligibility.
New President Juanita Duggan is selected as the 7th NFIB president.