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Big Ideas for Small Business

SOURCE: AP/J. Scott Applewhite

President Barack Obama, joined by small-business owners, makes an announcement in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Friday, June 11, 2010.

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CAP’s new weekly series, “Big Ideas for Small Business,” aims to offer a collection of bold proposals that taken together will form a progressive pro-business agenda for the small- and medium-sized companies—and future big companies—our economic competitiveness depends on.

In this series CAP’s economic policy team offers a weekly pro-growth alternative to the simplistic conservative advocacy for irresponsible tax policy and unaccountable government that are hardly the real priorities of small businesses—and that will do nothing to boost economic growth and ensure widely shared prosperity.

Below are all of the installments in the series thus far:

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