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By Sara Cardine
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By Greg Little
A few more details have surfaced about a bill in the California Legislature that could provide a financial lifeline to small businesses and nonprofits across the state. SB 74, also known as the Keep California Working Act, was introduced by Republican Sen. Andreas Borgeas, who represents Mariposa County along with Sen. Anna Caballero, a Democrat of Salinas and Assmblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, a Democrat from Laguna Beach.
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By Don Thompson y Adam Beam
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By Tony Cabrera
"Our small businesses and their employees need help and they need help now," said Rep. State Sen. Andreas Borgeas of the Central Valley.
State lawmakers spoke about SB 74 Wednesday, a day after Gov. Gavin Newsom announced his own stimulus program that included small businesses. Co-authors say they plan to work with the governor's office for the best and most urgent solutions.
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