12/06/2012 09:54 am ET

Small Firms Fret Over Higher Taxes

As President Barack Obama and Republicans in Congress debate how to address the nation's deficit and avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, some small-business owners are getting a chance to air their complaints.

On Wednesday, 15 business owners made a case against Mr. Obama's proposal to allow tax-cuts to expire for those making upwards of $250,000. The House Committee on Small Business, headed by Rep. Sam Graves (R., Mo.), released summaries of their gripes.

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