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Governor Murphy signs bill giving $135M boost to small businesses amid pandemic

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Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation to give another boost to small businesses struggling amidst the pandemic.

In fact, he signed the bill at a small business, Simply Vietnamese restaurant in Tenafly.

The bill provides $135 million to small businesses throughout the state and will be administered by the Economic Development Authority as part of its Phase IV Emergency Grant Program and NJ Community Stage Relief Grant Program.

Read the full article here, originally published by ABC7NY on July 21, 2021.