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FILE - In this Sept. 20, 2008 file photo, then-Republican Rep. candidate Sam Graves talks to a voter in Kearney, Mo. A health insurance tax credit for small businesses is one part of President Barack Obama’s health care law that gets strong support in opinion polls. But it’s turned out to be a disappointment. It’s time-consuming to apply for, and for many businesses there’s not enough money in it to make it worthwhile. "They completely missed the target on this thing," Rep. Graves said of the tax credit. "I don’t think expanding it is going to make any difference whatsoever." Graves chairs the House Small Business Committee. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)

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FILE - In this Sept. 20, 2008 file photo, then-Republican Rep. candidate Sam Graves talks to a voter in Kearney, Mo. A health insurance tax credit for small businesses is one part of President Barack Obama’s health care law that gets strong support in opinion polls. But it’s turned out to be a disappointment. It’s time-consuming to apply for, and for many businesses there’s not enough money in it to make it worthwhile. "They completely missed the target on this thing," Rep. Graves said of the tax credit. "I don’t think expanding it is going to make any difference whatsoever." Graves chairs the House Small Business Committee.  (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)
FILE - In this Sept. 20, 2008 file photo, then-Republican Rep. candidate Sam Graves talks to a voter in Kearney, Mo. A health insurance tax credit for small businesses is one part of President Barack Obama’s health care law that gets strong support in opinion polls. But it’s turned out to be a disappointment. It’s time-consuming to apply for, and for many businesses there’s not enough money in it to make it worthwhile. "They completely missed the target on this thing," Rep. Graves said of the tax credit. "I don’t think expanding it is going to make any difference whatsoever." Graves chairs the House Small Business Committee. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)
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