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Posted at 12:21 PM ET, 09/29/2011

Are you a small business leader?


(Jeffrey MacMillan - FOR WASHINGTON POST)
Politicans say that small businesses power America. But no one knows that better than you.

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Small businesses don’t exist in a vacuum. We’re also interested in all the issues both locally and nationally that affect your small business. From tax law to product distribution, what lessons have you learned and how might you give advice to others in your situation?

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