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Well, when a restuarant is less concerned about food costs than legal fees …

The way I figure my cost is not the cost of the actual item, but what it costs me to keep Arnold’s running year to year,” Nickerson said. “And it’s having less and less to do with the cost of the fish or the cost of the seafood, as it does the cost of insurance and lawyers and taxes. So that’s why the continued push to place more burden on the small-business man is going to eliminate more small businesses, and we are the core of the economy down here.”

We’re from the government and we’re here to help. Right.

One Response to “Is Massachusetts Health Care Killing Small Business?”

  1. Kymberly Navedo says:

    I thought the same thing until I looked at the photo on the Flickr page. There is a car in the right lane driving towards the photographer that appears to be from the 70s or 80s, though.

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