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A wary eye on Washington

Small businesses like Alex & Lele could get hammered by jobs bill in Congress Alexandra Wilkes and her cousin, Leslie Decker, have grabbed a sizable chunk of the jewelry market in the Jackson metropolitan area the past two years. The two, co-owners of Alex and Lele, specialize in handmade earrings and necklaces. To go with ...

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One comment

  1. Did your headline writer read this article?

    The only complaint anyone had about the jobs bill is that it is too little and may be late. “Wary”? “Hammered”?

    On the article itself, dragging health care and climate change into it makes a good article about incentives just a muddled mash-up.

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