Crowdfunding moves closer to US finish line in Senate, House jobs bills
This article was originally published in Scrip
Congress is on the verge of passing legislation aimed at making it easier for startups and other small companies to raise capital, with the White House standing firmly behind a jobs package expected to be voted on this week by the House, which includes a measure that would make the use of crowdfunding for raising investment capital legal in the US.
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