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August 14, 2020

In the News Today – August 14, 2020

Without Liability Protection From Congress Businesses Live In Fear: Cathryn Howard is the owner of Truly Madly Sweetly Bake Shop in Temecula, California, and is working hard to reopen after having shut down for months. She has gone above and beyond to make sure her customers and employees are as safe as possible, but one thing Cathryn doesn’t want to worry about is a lawsuit related to COVID-19. In Faces of Lawsuit Abuse’s new series, small business owners like Cathryn explain in their own words why Congress must pass timely, targeted and temporary liability protections.

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