Bill of Rights a Game-Changer for Delaware Small Businesses!
Delaware Small Business Bill of Rights
- When it comes to their right to operate, small businesses will be treated equally as big box stores.
- After a state government inspection or ruling, small businesses will have 25 working days to fix any broken regulations or laws without fear of fines or penalties.
- Whether it is tax law or a new regulation (not deemed a public health emergency), small businesses will be given one year to adapt. Small businesses cannot afford a team of lawyers to comprehend new regulations and compliance issues. They need to be given time to adjust.
- All businesses will have the right to timely responses to state applications and inquiries.
- All business have a right to responsive and knowledgeable assistance from state government employees
- Businesses will not be discriminated based on geography.
- Reduce stifling regulations by streamlining municipal and state government regulatory process.
- All economic boards will have a representative from the small business community.
- The Governor will not sign any bill with new regulations unless accompanied by cost estimates for implementing by both the state and the business.
- The Governor will hold the line against taxes which stifle the economy.
- The Division of Small Business will have leadership with small business experience