Gov. Rick Scott, Lt. Gov. Carlos López-Cantera and Linda McMahon, the administrator for the Small Business Administration, listened to about two dozen local small business owners and managers during a disaster relief roundtable Wednesday.
Gov. Rick Scott, Lt. Gov. Carlos López-Cantera and Linda McMahon, the administrator for the Small Business Administration, listened to about two dozen local small business owners and managers during a disaster relief roundtable Wednesday. Elizabeth Koh ekoh@miamiherald
Gov. Rick Scott, Lt. Gov. Carlos López-Cantera and Linda McMahon, the administrator for the Small Business Administration, listened to about two dozen local small business owners and managers during a disaster relief roundtable Wednesday. Elizabeth Koh ekoh@miamiherald

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