March-April 2015 Issue of The Small Business Advocate Newsletter Released

The Office of Advocacy has released the March-April 2015 issue of The Small Business Advocate. This edition highlights the release of Small Innovative Company Growth—Barriers, Best Practices and Big Ideas: Lessons from the 3D Printing Industry, an Advocacy report which identifies and offers solutions to the barriers hindering the growth and development of small innovative companies. Also featured is a report exploring the potential benefits of equity-based crowdfunding. In addition, the newsletter lists three other economic reports that have been recently issued. In regulatory news, Advocacy has recently submitted comment letters to EPA, IRS and DOE, and regulatory alerts have been issued on rules proposed by the FAA on drones, the Credit Union Administration, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Finally, Advocacy announces that regulatory roundtables are now being announced on its website.

In This Issue

Economic News
Report Identifies Barriers to the Growth of Small Innovative Companies, 1
Report Explores Potential Benefits of Equity-based Crowdfunding, 3
Advocacy Releases New Economic Reports, 4

Regulatory News
Advocacy Comments on EPA’s Air Emission Standards Rules, 2
Advocacy Comments to IRS Address Repair Regulations, 2
Advocacy Asks DOE to Reconsider Furnace Regulations, 2
FAA Proposes Rule on Small Unmanned Aircraft, 3
Credit Union Administration Proposes Asset Threshold Increase, 3
USCIS Issues New Policy for L-1B Visas, 3

Advocacy News
Regulatory Roundtables Listed on Advocacy’s Website, 4

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