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California Forges Ahead With Its Health-Insurance Exchange While Others Dither

State-Run Health Insurance Exchanges …which States are making progress? When did dithering equate to leadership? Never. California is not dithering and is leading the way on State-Created Healthcare Exchanges. As you all know, I am on the board of San … Continue reading

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Sequestration – How To Get $1.2T Without Killing Demand In The Economy

Demand is what drives business growth, opportunity and economic prosperity.  Over the past few years, demand has contracted in many industries, yet over the past 24 months, we have begun to experience a slow and measurable path towards real GDP … Continue reading

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Obamacare Will Not Be Repealed

What’s next for Healthcare Reform? Obmacare Will Not Be Repealed. I would like to be the first to go on record and confidently make the following statement: “Regardless of who wins the election in November, The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) … Continue reading

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What’s Next For Healthcare Reform?

What’s next for Healthcare Reform? Obmacare Will Not Be Repealed. I would like to be the first to go on record and confidently make the following statement: “Regardless of who wins the election in November, The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) … Continue reading

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Turn The Business Credit Spigot Back On!

The Credit Spigot is still not flowing fast enough to grow opportunity. We need to turn the business credit spigot back on by the beginning of the fourth quarter 2012 The key to small business survival continues to be access … Continue reading

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Stop Being an Energy Hostage

Stop being an energy hostage. High energy costs are taking advantage of your business. It is time for you to do something about it. Since traditional energy can only come from an external source, you are an energy hostage. Since … Continue reading

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Energy Costs – The Great Unfunded Business Liability (edited)

Energy costs – the great unfunded business liability. If business people want to improve their future bottom line, they need to pay attention to the growing trend of explosive energy cost increases. You have the two most powerful tools at … Continue reading

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