Small business neglected in recovery plans

Congress has failed Rhode Island business. When the Great Recession hit in 2008, despite the lessons that could have been learned from the dotcom bubble, Congress was without a plan. Without a concrete plan in place for economic downturns, lobbyists and big banks were able to direct Congress to focus on corporate bailouts instead of…

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