Crains New York
Date: 2011-09-09
Author: Unavailable

Article Mentions
Mentioned, Charles Rangel
Mentioned, Jerrold Nadler
Mentioned, Leslie Fields
Mentioned, Jeremy Smerd
Mentioned, John Liu
Mentioned, President Barack Obama
Mentioned, Harry Wilson
Mentioned, Credit.com
Mentioned, Rep. Jerrold Nadler
Mentioned, BAM
Jeremy Smerd - The payroll tax cuts and hiring credits proposed by President Barack Obama in his $447 billion jobs bill Thursday might appeal to Democrats and Republicans, but businesses say Mr. Obama paid scant attention to one of their greatest concerns: a lack of access to capital.Intent on spurring job growth and saving his presidency, the president declared during his 30-minute jobs speech Thursday that everyone here knows that small businesses are where most new jobs begin.But in his Congressional address, Mr. Obama mentioned only onceand then only generallywhat his administration would do to free up capital for businesses. He said the administration, as part of the American Jobs Act, plans to cut away the red tape that prevents too m...(read more)
... Jeremy Smerd - The payroll tax cuts and hiring credits proposed by President Barack Obama in his $447 billion jobs bill Thursday might appeal to Democrats and Republicans, but businesses say Mr. Obama paid scant attention to one of their greatest con ...
... who is on the Ways and Means Committee.One thing is abundantly clear, he said. We're going to concentrate aid in the areas that have the highest unemployment.Among the challenges Mr. Obama's bill faces is psychological. The plan itself is intended t ...


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