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How to apply for gov bailout assistance to prevent foreclosure

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How would my company apply for the Bailout?  We are a company in Ohio that has several thousand dollars in dept and business is slow.  We have had to lay off our employees for the first time in 11 yrs.  Was wondering if there was a bailout plan for us?

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