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April 14, 2005

Snowe Introduces The Small Business Compliance Assistance Enhancement Act Of 2005

The NFIB is reporting that Senator Olympia Snowe has proposed the Small Business Compliance Assistance Enhancement Act of 2005 (SBCAEA), a bill meant to make regulatory compliance easier for small businesses. The Bill would amend the 1996 Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act. Under the Bill, federal agencies would be required to simplify the compliance process for small businesses by forcing these agencies to put out compliance guides explaining the complex rules and regulations.

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