Bill Will Send $2 Billion To Launch Credit Access Programs For Small Business


July 3, 2010
As reported by Emily Maltby of the Wall Street Journal, tight budgets are threatening states’ small-business programs. These programs have helped countless business owners during the credit crises and the depletion of their funds, will cause further damage to small and medium size businesses.

There is a bill that has passed the United States House which would send $2 billion in federal funds to states that want to launch credit access programs for small business. Please contact your senator and support this legislation.

To read the complete story by Maltby go to: Tight Budgets Limit States’ Small-Business Programs