WASHINGTON — After nearly a month of delays, the Senate was expected to pass a bill late Wednesday that would create a $30 billion small-business lending fund.
The vote came after President Obama stepped up his push to pass the legislation, arguing it was needed to improve the economy and blaming Republicans for the hold up.
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