Holly Wade

National Federation of Independent Business

Director of research and policy analysis at the National Federation of Independent Business.

Holly Wade on KCRW

Government officials announced today that the small business relief fund — some $349 billion — is now out of money and won’t accept new applications.

LA businesses struggle as national program to help them dries up

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