Legislation passed by the House and sent to President Barack Obama Monday would allow small businesses affected by Sandy to apply for new loans from the Small Business Administration, a response lawmakers say was needed after the agency moved too slowly in the wake of the superstorm that slammed the East Coast three years ago. The House passed the bill by voice...» Read More
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