Washington (April 30, 2004) -- The concerns of the nation’s small business are being pushed aside as a result of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s proposal to require stock options expensing, according to Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo.

"As FASB is rushing to implement the proposal on stock option expensing by the end of the year, I am very much concerned that small business issues are being pushed aside or not addressed at all," Enzi said during a Senate committee hearing.

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