Small businesses hopeful with Newsom's proposed state budget

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Small businesses still reeling from impacts caused by the pandemic may have some relief with the proposed California budget for 2022-2023. The plan proposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom includes waiving fees and providing hundreds of millions of dollars in grants and tax breaks for small businesses. While businesses across the country and state have unfortunately had to close their doors for good, some like the Dumpling House in midtown Sacramento have managed to get by with the help of family members.

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