Senate approves tax cuts, eased credit for small businesses

THE U.S. SENATE APPROVED legislation on Thursday to cut taxes and ease credit for small businesses. /
THE U.S. SENATE APPROVED legislation on Thursday to cut taxes and ease credit for small businesses. /
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Senate approved legislation on Thursday to cut taxes and ease credit for small businesses in a long-delayed victory for Democrats eager to show voters they are working to create jobs. The legislation, passed 61-38, would create a $30 billion lending program and provide small businesses with $12 billion in tax breaks,…

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  1. This great.. they raise our taxes , which cuts the amount of money we have available to invest in the businesss, and then they give us a credit to lets us keep our own money. they are a joke…where is Reed, Whitehouse, Langevin and Kennedy…they will have turned this country and state into a basket case…