How will banking reform affect small businesses?

04/29/2010 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

The creation of a consumer financial-protection agency, currently under consideration by Congress, would be good for small business because it would increase transparency in lending, David Hills and Michael Lent write. "Ability to access affordable credit with clear and concise contractual language is imperative," they argue. Joe Brannen takes the other side of the debate, arguing that added bureaucracy isn't good for consumers or businesses.

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