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The Presidential Candidates' Plans for Small Business

Florida has more than 2 million small businesses with over 3 million employees. I'm proud to be the President and owner of one of them, Total Wine & More. Small business is critical to the national economy, creating nearly two-thirds of American jobs. Starting and growing a business remains one of the main ways Americans are able to raise their economic status. In recent years, however, small business has struggled.
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