WASHINGTON – In a December Capitol Region Chamber of Commerce survey, local businesses overwhelmingly said “cash” was their greatest immediate need to weather the pandemic. With the restart of the paycheck protection program, much-needed funds will now be available for many of these businesses.
The Small Business Administration reopened the popular PPP loan program last week, allowing more businesses to get a forgivable loan for the first time and some hard-hit businesses to apply for a second loan.
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