Small-business owners dissatisfied with Obama's health reform plan

02/11/2010 | Reuters

Some small-business owners are expressing impatience with President Barack Obama's health reform proposal, which they say does not address the needs of small companies and could lead to higher health insurance costs. Meanwhile, the National Small Business Association is pleased the president is trying to address small firms' concerns by urging Congress to provide a small-business lending fund with $30 billion that would be diverted from the TARP bank bailout initiative.

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