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Are there too many legal and regulatory roadblocks to operating a small business in the United States today?

  • Yes, and we keep making it even harder.

    Yes, I think we have created an environment in the United States that stifles small business. We have set up so many legal and regulatory roadblocks that anyone who might want to start a small business becomes discouraged and changes their mind. We need to create an environment that makes people want to start new businesses instead of one that discourages them and dooms them to failure in the first year.

  • So much paperwork.

    Yes, there are too many legal and regulatory roadblocks to operating a small business in the United States today, because it is very hard for employers to hire someone. It is hard for an employer to follow all of the regulations to hire someone, let alone to figure out how to pay taxes. It stunts economic growth.

  • Yes probably so

    It is true that here in the United States of America that we may have way too many regulations when it comes to people that are trying to open up a business in any state. We should make things simple for people that are trying to create jobs for other people here in the United States of America.

  • There are not too many regulations preventing small business operation.

    There are not too many regulations preventing small business operation. These regulations ensures that the business will be able to support itself and the employees working there. It prevents scam and illegal operations from easily being established. It also makes sure that the community that the small business will be located in will have a good source of income being sustained in the local economy.


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