Senators attempt to advance bill lengthening coronavirus business loan terms


Negotiators in the U.S. Senate reached agreement on Thursday on legislation that would double the period of time in which small businesses can use Paycheck Protection Program loans, to 16 weeks from the current eight-week limit, according to a Senate aide. (Reuters Politics) More More

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