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Media Mechanic founder Paul Ward was asked by The U.S. House of Representative’s Energy & Commerce Committee (one of 3 currently writing healthcare legislation) to discuss (via conference call) his views on the current healthcare debate from a small business owner’s perspective.
We are excited to announce that MM founder, Website Designer Paul Ward was recently asked by The Oregonian (Oregon’s largest newspaper – nearly 1 million readers statewide) to write an Op-Ed article about small business healthcare reform.
Today Media Mechanic founder Website Designer Paul Ward was featured for the cover article of the Wall Street Journal‘s Special Report section. The article is titled Sick and Getting Sicker and covers the effects of rising health care costs on small business. Paul was one of several business owners featured in the article. You can read the article by picking up a copy of the Wall Street Journal at your local bookstore or news stand. You can also read the article here: Sick Getting Sicker or by visiting the homepage of the Wall Street Journal Online.
The Small Business Majority has asked Media Mechanic founder, Website Designer Paul Ward if he would join their delegation at the White House on April 24th for the Small Business Roundtable.
Media Mechanic founder Paul Ward will join other small business owners concerned about the skyrocketing costs of healthcare as they hold a press conference in conjunction with the Oregon Small Business Healthcare Initiative’s (OSBHI) Small Businesses Go to the Capitol for Healthcare Legislation event to urge Legislators to put Oregon on the map for healthcare reform.
We are proud to announce that MM has been chosen to assist the United States Postal Service on a new USPS CDROM. Also: welcome Keystone Business Solutions (of Tenn), Henkel Interactive(of Detroit) and Michigan First Realty to the growing list of Media Mechanic clients!