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Tuesday May 18th, 2021 10:24AM

LISTEN: Proposed bills would keep small businesses open during future health emergencies

By AccessWDUN staff

Nathan Humphrey with the National Federation of Independent Business joins the show to discuss two pieces of legislature that, if passed, would allow small businesses to remain open during national emergencies.

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