Jobs & the Jobless

Whether one opposes or supports laws that encourage job creation and government programs that help those who are temporarily out of work.


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    I SUPPORTS LAWS THAT ENCOURAGE JOB CREATION AND GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS THAT HELP THOSE WHO ARE TEMPORARILY OUT OF WORK.

    Robert Winder

    State Representative,
    Boise, Idaho

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    Having grown up on a Christmas tree farm, I quickly learned the value of hard work and of a dollar, starting at age ten. These early job skills allowed me to work and pay my way through college. Students need more opportunities to attend technical education programs that have practical connections to career pathways and jobs.

    Connie Eckert

    State Senator,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Rural Economic Development- We have vast renewable energy resources. Neighboring states have turned wind into a major energy source, spurring investment and new, good paying jobs in rural areas.

    Zak Hookstra

    Board Member,
    Norfolk, Nebraska

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  • STRONGLY OPPOSE
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    Government does not create jobs, businesses do. The best way to have a healthy economy with strong job growth is to curt government regulations.

    Mike Sengewalt

    Delegate,
    West Virginia

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  • NEUTRAL
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    Two thirds of the net new jobs created in the U.S. come from small businesses. The tax laws should encourage work and investment. Success should be rewarded not punished by high taxes and over regulation.

    Sanford W Kahn

    LONG BEACH, California

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    Job creation in the private sector can be achieved by removing the bureaucratic red tape from starting a business.

    John P. Hoop

    State Assembly,
    Signal Hill, California

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