WASHINGTON A coalition of 80 associations is strongly urging the U.S. Senate to include more provisions in its job creation bill that would help ease the lending crunch for small businesses across the country. The Small Business Access to Credit Coalition told senators in a letter Wednesday that its members "were very disappointed" to find that only one provision related to expanding small business access to credit was included in the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act. The bill was ...
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