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SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- Oregon legislators are going into the second day of what's expected to be a quick, four-week session, hoping to help small businesses get access to loans.

A committee plans to take up a bill Tuesday to increase access to loans from a state Business Development Fund.

Democrats say some businesses have trouble getting loans to cover the gap between the time they get orders and the time they get paid for them.

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