COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The Small Business Administration is offering loans to help small businesses and agriculture cooperatives hurt economically by severe flooding in northwestern Ohio during the past two months.

Sen. Sherrod Brown's office says federal disaster loans will be available in Auglaize and Marion counties, along with at least 10 adjacent counties. The loans can be worth up to $2 million and can be used to help keep businesses operating.

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