Why I slipped on a suit to make small-business lending better

My normal attire is jeans and a Nav T-shirt. I won’t wear a suit for most things, but last April I stood before the California Senate Banking and Institutions Committee to testify on behalf of SB 1235, which requires truth-in-lending for small business owners. I was wearing a suit. From the moment state Sen. Steve Glazer’s office contacted me about the bill, I’ve been an unwavering supporter. That’s because SB 1235 will empower more small businesses to succeed — it’s also critical to…

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Why I slipped on a suit to make small-business lending better