Emergency small business loans helped, but they won't be enough

Despite bipartisan support for providing more economic help, there's less agreement on how to do it -- and it's unlikely there will be a plan in place when the Paycheck Protection Program stops taking applications for new loans on June 30.

Congress included the lending program in its sweeping $2 trillion economic relief package passed in March, known as the CARES Act. It was launched quickly by the Treasury Department and Small Business Administration in April, and Congress approved a second round of funding when the pot ran dry a couple of weeks later. Read full story

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