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Thu Feb 12 22:03:57 2015 UTClccn-n500676820.00[Miscellenous publication]0.791.00NFIB action152375854n 50067682101798Federation of Independent BusinessN.F.I.B.National Federation of Small BusinessNFIBlccn-no2003018093Sebelius, Kathleen1948-lccn-no2003037993Persily, Nathanieledtlccn-no2012030249Metzger, Gillian E.1965-edtlccn-n2010019266Morrison, Trevor W.edtlccn-n2013027647Burrus, Trevoredtlccn-n88247332Barnett, Randy E.autlccn-no2001058059Kerr, Orin S.lccn-n96030096Somin, Ilyalccn-n92107193Bernstein, David E.lccn-nr96012891Adler, Jonathan H.National Federation of Independent BusinessPeriodicalsConference proceedingsBibliographyUnited StatesHealth care reformSmall businessHealth insurance--Law and legislationTrialsBusiness forecastingMedical care--Finance--Law and legislationHealth care reform--Economic aspectsNational Federation of Independent BusinessConstitutional lawSebelius, Kathleen,LawMedical care--Law and legislationCompulsory health insurance--Law and legislationBlogsEntrepreneurshipNew business enterprisesSmall business--TaxationCanadaSmall business--ManagementEconomic historyValue-added taxSmall business--FinanceEuropeSmall business--Societies, etcNeighborhoods--Economic aspectsCommunity development, UrbanHealth insuranceNational health insurance--Law and legislationSmall business--Law and legislationEconomics--Study and teachingBanks and bankingGreat BritainWorkers' compensationHealth insurance--RatesManagerial economicsIndustrial managementKean, Thomas HNew JerseyPolitical scienceSmall business--Government policyHealth insurance--Government policy19501961196319761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198819891990199319941996199719981999200020032006200720132014123887123338.6420973HD2346.U51486ocn002324178serial0.87National Federation of Independent BusinessNFIB quarterly economic report for small businessPeriodicals14211ocn019091480serial0.90National Federation of Independent BusinessQuarterly economic report for small businessPeriodicals842ocn015015383book19860.89Entrepreneurship : the key to economic growthConference proceedings494ocn039082474book19970.70Welsch, Harold PInternational entrepreneurship and small business bibliographyBibliography442ocn024381052book19860.77Bannock, GrahamVAT and small business : European experience and implications for North America332ocn005002895serial0.94National Federation of Independent BusinessNFIB fact book on small businessPeriodicals262ocn001790858serial0.89National Federation of Independent BusinessQuarterly economics reportPeriodicals191ocn003363352serial0.89National Federation of Independent BusinessNFIB mandatePeriodicals141ocn012246289book19850.67Steps to small business financing121ocn032500278book19940.35Small business under siege : how government is threatening your business : what you can do to fight back and win111ocn014939027book19860.82Dennis, William JSmall business problems and priorities81ocn008321951serial0.77NFIB report on small business in America's cities82ocn018968547book19880.92Small businesses and banks : a two nation perspective81ocn010018318book19810.98Dandridge, Thomas CSmall business in America's cities : preliminary report81ocn020643697serial0.33Independent business : IB : America's small business magazinePeriodicals81ocn004870812book19790.60National Federation of Independent BusinessNFIB fact book on small business71ocn003095926book19630.97National Federation of Independent BusinessAttitudes of independent business proprietors toward antitrust laws, 1943 to 196371ocn005292895book19770.47National Conference on Economic Education and the Future of CapitalismProceedingsConference proceedings61ocn047061154book20000.92National Federation of Independent BusinessSmall business policy guide61ocn008094112book19810.92National Federation of Independent BusinessNFIB report on small business in America's cities3024ocn823014158book20130.74Persily, NathanielThe health care case : the Supreme Court's decision and its implicationsHistoryTrials, litigation, etcThe Supreme Court's decision in the Health Care Case, NFIB v. Sebelius, gripped the nation's attention during the spring of 2012. No one could have predicted the strange coalition of justices and arguments that would eventually lead the Court to uphold the Act's principal provisions. When the Supreme Court delivered its complicated and fractured decision, it offered new interpretations to four different clauses in the Constitution. This volume gathers together reactions to the decision from an ideologically diverse selection of the nation's leading scholars of constitutional, administrative, and health law2105ocn843785538book20130.74Barnett, Randy EA conspiracy against Obamacare : the Volokh conspiracy and the health care caseTrials, litigation, etcBlogsThe debate over the Affordable Care Act was one of the most important and public examinations of the Constitution in our history. At the forefront of that debate were the legal scholars blogging at the Volokh Conspiracy, who engaged in a spirited, erudite, and accessible discussion of the legal issues involved in the cases - beginning before the law was even passed. Several of the Volokh bloggers played key roles in developing the constitutional arguments against the ACA. Their blog posts and articles about the Act had a significant impact on both the public debate and the legal arguments in the case. It was perhaps the first time that a blog affected arguments submitted to the United States Supreme Court on a major issue. In the process, the bloggers helped legitimize a new type of legal discourse. This book compiles the discussion that unfolded at the Volokh Conspiracy blog into a readable narrative, enhanced with new context and analysis, as the contributors reflect on the Obamacare litigation with the advantage of hindsight. The different bloggers certainly did not always agree with each other, but the back-and-forth debates provide momentum as the reader follows the development of the arguments over time. "A Conspiracy Against Obamacare" exemplifies an important new form of legal discourse and public intellectualism11ocn017443035bookNational Federation of Independent Business[Miscellenous publication]11ocn809680248file0.47Lunder, ErikaNFIB v. Sebelius constitutionality of the individual mandateTrials, litigation, etc11ocn883799957file20140.47Kean, Thomas HRemarks of the Honorable Thomas H. Kean, Governor of New Jersey, to the National Federation of Independent Business Legislative Conference, April 20, 1983Conference proceedingsSourcesGovernor Kean speaks about his administration's efforts reform the bureaucracy and control government spending, mentions his Governor's Management Improvement Plan and three areas of budget spending (education, corrections and transportation) which have strong effects upon the business atmosphere in New Jersey11ocn797208735serial1.00National Federation of Independent BusinessNFIB actionPeriodicalsFri Feb 13 11:02:24 EST 2015batch15077