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Do you think Creditworthy Small Businesses can get the Money they need without the Government’s Help?

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March 6, 2013

By Bob Coleman
Editor, Coleman Report

Do you think Creditworthy Small Businesses can get the Money they need without the Government’s Help?

So asks our friend Kent Hoover in today’s Washington Business Journal.

He cites this Politico op-ed piece co-authored by IFA Prez Steve Caldeira, NSBA’s Todd McCracken and new NADCO chief Beth Solomon that strongly argue that yeah, while reigning in federal government spending must be a top national priority, EQUALLY important is getting our economy growing again.
AND, as been proven over and over, there is a direct correlation between Main Street access to capital and Main Street job creation.

Did they make the argument?

Read Kent Hoover’s article

Read the article from Politico

Bob Coleman
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