Column: Just how friendly are Indiana’s regulations for small-business




It must be the season. Another ranking of the states crossed my desk this week. That’s the second in two weeks.

This time it’s from the Kauffman Foundation, the Kansas City organization that promotes entrepreneur development, and its polling affiliate, Thumbtack.com from San Francisco.

Briefly, this report tells us that Indiana’s small-business friendliness rates a grade of B-, 18th of 38 states in the survey. This comes from a sample of more than 12,000 small businesses nationwide. Indianapolis, the only Indiana city reported in the survey, earned a slightly better grade of B, 35th of 82 cities rated.

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