When the Obama health care plan was being pushed in 2010, one of the major selling points was a series of tax incentives aimed at small businesses of help defray the rise in health care coverage for employees. But recent statistics show only 170,000 of the nearly four million eligible businesses have applied for the credits. Some have decided that the benefits are not worth all of the jumping through bureaucratic hoops. Others have calculated that it’s still more cost effective to end health coverage and pay the fines than to continue providing benefits with the tax credits in effect. North Carolina Rep. Renee Ellmers is a member of the House Small Business Committee. She says small business owners in her district and around the country are feeling burdened by the regulations coming out of the Obama administration and the health care laws are some the biggest problems. Ellmers also highlights what Congressional Republicans are pursuing to bring relief to small business owners.