Ex-senator: The SBA is an important voice on regulation

03/22/2013 | Hill, The

The federal Small Business Administration is being unfairly depicted as biased toward big business when it is an important tool in determining when rules and regulations may unnecessarily hurt the economy, writes former Sen. Blanche Lincoln, D-Ark. "
SBA understands that when expensive new federal regulations are promulgated based on cherry-picked data and flawed research, the system isn't working. And a broken system doesn't protect consumers, workers and the environment, but it does force job creators small and large to absorb job-killing compliance costs," she writes.

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