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Small manufacturing companies are welcoming proposals outlined by the president, including tax incentives to stymie outsourcing. But some say it's not enough.
Stephen Gass, president of SawStop, said tax incentives under Obama's proposals wouldn't be enough to convince him to begin manufacturing in the United States.
One of the nation's largest foundations is using a Super Bowl ad to tell all aspiring entrepreneurs they are the key to the U.S. economic recovery.
The president's rejection of the Keystone pipeline extension drew ire from small business owners in Nebraska towns who hoped construction would bring a needed boost.
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