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The Election draws near! In the [[newsletters:october_2012_newsletter|October issue]] we provide some perspectives on the vote from the standpoint of small businesses. We also review some great resources for business startups and some advice for using grants.gov -- the most valuable free and reliable resource available for finding information about government grants. The Election draws near! In the [[newsletters:october_2012_newsletter|October issue]] we provide some perspectives on the vote from the standpoint of small businesses. We also review some great resources for business startups and some advice for using grants.gov -- the most valuable free and reliable resource available for finding information about government grants.
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**September** **September**
A variety of articles in our [[newsletters:september_2012_newsletter|September issue]] covers important information about special (and rewarding!) **sweepstakes for students**, summer doldrums hitting **small businesses** in the U.S., and a review of a new article on grants specific to the state of Texas. We also provide how-to information for using the **Federal Register** to find grants. A variety of articles in our [[newsletters:september_2012_newsletter|September issue]] covers important information about special (and rewarding!) **sweepstakes for students**, summer doldrums hitting **small businesses** in the U.S., and a review of a new article on grants specific to the state of Texas. We also provide how-to information for using the **Federal Register** to find grants.
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**August** **August**
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