Save Small Businesses Restore Funding Now
|Elected officials in Washington will be voting TODAY on a new measure that would devote another $310 billion to the Paycheck Protection Program, an initiative created by last month’s Cares Act that was initially funded $349 billion but has since run dry. The Small Business Administration stopped accepting loan applications for the program last week after 1.6 million firms obtained taxpayer-backed, forgivable loans.
NOW is the time to contact your elected officials in Washington and urge them to approve this measure to save small business. Please CLICK HERE to get the message to them today.
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