PPP 2.0: How can Illinois small businesses get funding?

Roe Conn

A parking lot in the Village of Oak Park, Ill., sits empty where small businesses are closed, Friday, March 20, 2020. There are at least three confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oak Park, just nine miles from downtown Chicago, where the mayor has ordered residents to shelter in place. With so few tests available, surely there are others, says Tom Powers, spokesman for the village of about 52,000 in a metropolitan area with millions. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

Robert ‘Bo’ Steiner, U.S. Small Business Administration District Director of Illinois joins The Roe Conn Show to explain how small business owners in the state can obtain funds from the Payroll Protection Program.

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Roe Conn is host of The Roe Conn Show on Chicago’s WGN Radio and a contributor to ABC7’s Windy City Live. A lifelong Chicagoan, Roe has been one of the city’s top rated radio personalities for the last two decades. (Click for more.)
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