Obama calls for aid for small business

01/27/2010 | Washington Post, The · Portfolio.com · Reuters

President Barack Obama called for tax breaks for small business in his State of the Union address Wednesday night as he emphasized job creation as his No. 1 priority this year. To help small business, Obama called for $30 billion in Wall Street bailout funds to be repurposed as community bank loans, the elimination of capital gains taxes on small-business investment and the addition of tax incentives for hiring new workers and buying equipment.

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