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Small Businesses Feel Credit Pull

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Amid the rubble of the Wall Street collapse, small business owners are feeling the credit market crisis. Kyle Kempf of the National Small Business Association discusses tells Madeleine Brand how business owners are dealing with dry lines of credit.

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