TRENTON NJ New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine on Tuesday signed a bill that would support small to mid-size businesses, including restaurants, during the financial crisis currently afflicting the U.S. economy. The Main Street Business Assistance Program will appropriate $50 million from the state’s Surplus Revenue Fund to the Economic Recovery Fund to provide loans and guarantees for businesses and nonprofit groups that would encourage growth during the economic downturn. The New Jersey ...

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