State Regulations / Ohio Common Sense Initiative Survey
Since 2011, Ohio’s Common Sense Initiative (CSI) Office has promoted innovation and common sense regulation of Ohio’s businesses. The Executive Order creating CSI explicitly recognized that Ohio’s business community is a partner in the state’s success, so while regulations play an important role in promoting fair competition and protecting the public, they should do so in a way that also facilitates economic growth and opportunity. And, two GCP/COSE members continue to serve on the CSI Small Business Advisory Council today.
Continued reform of Ohio’s regulations helps Ohio’s economy and job creation by fostering a more business-friendly environment, but we need your help. Here is a link to this year’s CSI business survey. Please take a few minutes to give Ohio officials your feedback by completing this survey. It should take about 5 to 7 minutes to complete. Your feedback will be used to help CSI identify specific areas where government hinders Ohio’s business community’s ability to create jobs. All responses are anonymous unless you choose to provide your contact information at the end of the survey.
Federal Regulations / National Small Business Association Survey
Several GCP/COSE members serve on the Board of Trustees at the National Small Business Association (NSBA) and were recently elected officers in 2017.
Throughout the year, NSBA surveys small business owners on a variety of topics and they need your help in completing their 2016 Regulations Survey. This survey will gather critical data about the regulatory climate you're facing at the federal level. As the new administration and 115th Congress are setting priorities for the coming two years, it is important we provide them data on how regulations impact America's small businesses.
This survey will take no more than 10 minutes of your time and will provide a wealth of valuable information to ensure NSBA is best representing your needs in our nation’s capital.
Learn more about COSE’s advocacy efforts on behalf of small business.