The door opens Monday morning to second round of federal loans that could help Malheur County firms

Businesses post closed notices and advertise take-out options to their customers. (The Enterprise)

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Malheur County businesses that missed the first round of an extraordinary federal funding program will get a second chance when the U.S. Small Business Administration opens the pipeline for applications on Monday, April 27, to award billions in new forgivable loans.

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