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Congress: don’t dismantle small businesses’ digital safety net

Some lawmakers are ignoring the millions of small businesses that use free and innovative tools and services supported by American technology platforms that may be collateral damage if overregulation makes digital tools more expensive or less effective.


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Many small businesses survived COVID-19. They might not survive Congress.

As Congress considers sweeping antitrust legislation to forcibly intervene in the digital economy, digitally-powered small businesses from around the country are making their voices heard.

Protect American Small Businesses

It’s time to tell lawmakers: don’t hurt small businesses that rely on digital tools.


Washington will set back small business by regulating online ads

Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing titled Competition in the Digital Advertising Ecosystem to discuss S.1073, the Advertising Middlemen Endangering Rigorous Internet Competition Accountability (AMERICA) Act


Janus Motorcycles co-founder meets with Sen. Young

Ahead of National Small Business Week, co-founder of Goshen-based Janus Motorcycles, Richard Worsham, met with Indiana Senator Todd Young in Washington to share how digital tools help grow his business and voice concerns with policy proposals that could hurt his business

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Florida Small Business Owners: New Digital Ad Law Hurts Us

Tallahassee, FL (May 9, 2023): Several small businesses are expressing frustration and disappointment over the passage of Senate Bill 262, legislation regulating how businesses collect and use anonymous data online to find customers, grow, and succeed. While the bill’s proponents claim it reins in large technology companies, the restrictions on collecting and using online anonymous…

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Small Businesses Brief Congress on How Digital Advertising Helps Them Succeed

Washington, DC (May 9, 2023): Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee continued ignoring small business voices in the debate over tech policy in its AMERICA Act hearing. The bill, legislation introduced by Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), would force large online platforms to break apart their digital ads divisions, making it harder…