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Tag Archives: Small business

Did small business win in the General Assembly?

So much has been said about the recent General Assembly session and its failure to reach a consensus on a revenue package to avert state spending cuts. Some even say we are facing a doomsday scenario. And while I don’t ...

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Special help for a special session

At least Gov. Martin O’Malley hasn’t lost his sense of humor about things. After the General Assembly ended with leftover business and a “doomsday” budget with $500 million in cuts to state services and programs, the governor suggested he may ...

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Cardin: Small businesses growth engine of economy

U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., has served on the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee since 2007. Cardin sat down at his Washington, D.C. office with The Daily Record to discuss some of the challenges — and victories — for small businesses in a recovering economy.

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Cardin: Access to capital still a challenge for small businesses

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Though the lending climate has become friendlier to small businesses than it was at the start of the downturn in 2008, access to capital continues to be the greatest challenge small business face, according to U.S. Sen. ...

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