Long-Term Fallout Seen from SBA 7(a) Program's Latest Shutdown

By John Reosti

Small-business lenders and experts are beginning to debate whether the weeklong shutdown will underscore the program's bipartisan support — or give its critics more ammunition to argue that it is too vulnerable to politics.

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