WASHINGTON — The House voted Wednesday to expand a small-business lending program created by the stimulus package and allow more borrowers to access it.

A bill to reauthorize some Small Business Administration programs included a provision that expanded the America's Recovery Capital loan program, which allows SBA lenders to make no-interest loans of up to $35,000 to help small businesses meet immediate cash needs.

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