A new poll of small business owners finds they want to see tougher rules imposed on Wall Street firms and other financial companies.
Eighty percent of small business owners believe Wall Street and financial companies should be held accountable for the practices that caused the financial crisis through tougher rules and enforcement, and two-thirds believe the level of government oversight of financial companies should increase or is about right the way it is, according to a survey conducted by the advocacy group Small Business Majority.
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