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How small businesses are being impacted by the rise in COVID-19 cases

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Elliot Richardson, co-founder and president of the Small Business Advocacy Council, joins Anna Davlantes to talk about how small businesses are being impacted by the Delta variant and COVID-19 cases rising around the country. Has there been enough support to keep our small businesses running throughout the pandemic?

Read more and Listen by clicking on this link: SBAC in the News - Small Business Advocacy Council | SBAC

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REVITALIZATION IN THE NEWS: City Leaders Announce 15,000 Jobs for Teens and Young Adults

By jake@sbacil.org | April 13, 2022

New summer opportunities available for Chicago’s teens and young adults. Jobs, volunteer opportunities and arts programs will be available at Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Park District, Chicago Public Libraries and other city agencies. This comes after the pandemic has sidelined these programs over the past two years.   These programs making a return provide a…

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By jake@sbacil.org | April 8, 2022

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General Assembly Passes Occupational Licensing Reform!

By diego@sbacil.org | April 8, 2022

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