Who Gets Disaster Aid? Who Doesn't?

Half a world from Ground Zero, a dive-shop owner in Guam is just one of the far-flung recipients of long-term, low-interest SBA loans

Businesses around the World Trade Center, we know, were crippled by the terrorist attacks. And since September 11, the Small Business Administration has doled out $200 million in loans to help them recover.

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