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Kinder speaks to area business leaders

FARMINGTON — The second in command of the state of Missouri reminded business leaders Wednesday morning that “the engine of growth and employment is small business.” Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder , R-Cape Girardeau, was the guest speaker at the Daily Journal’s Business Owner Speaker Series.

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