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As a new small business owner, I was so excited to find the network of resources made available to me through NASE.  It's really helped me understand that I'm not in this alone, and that I have support I can tap into as I continue to grow my business.  I am absolutely thrilled to have been chosen as a Growth Grant recipient, and I'll be able to take a huge step forward as a result.  Thank you NASE for the tremendous honor of winning my first small business grant.  I will make you proud!

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    On October 31, 2019, voted to approve the rules governing the next steps in the impeachment inquiry. The resolution authorizes the US House of Representatives to begin public hearings and lays out the rules in which the House Judiciary Committee will follow during this inquiry, the vote passed 232 to 196. Two Democrats voted for the measure. Rep. Justin Amash (MI-I), who until this summer caucused with the Republicans, voted with the Democrats for passage of the resolutions. Three Republicans and one Democrat did not cast a vote.
     
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