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House Republican Plan for America's Job Creators

House Republican Plan for America's Job Creators

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Empowering Families, Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs
Free markets, ree enterprise, innovation and entrepreneurship arethe oundation or economic growth and job creation in America.For the past our years, Democrats in Washington have enactedpolicies that undermine these basic concepts which have historicallyplaced America at the oreront o the global marketplace. As aresult, most Americans know someone who has recently lost a job,and small businesses and entrepreneurs lack the condence neededto invest in our economy. Not since the Great Depression has ournation’s unemployment rate been this high this long.Enough is enough. More taxation, regulation, and litigation willnot create more jobs. Government takeovers o the economyhave ailed while the size and the scope o the ederal governmenthas exploded. Washington has tied the hands o small businessowners and job creators with onerous regulations and backwardscal policies that have stalled the economy, slowed innovationand destroyed jobs. We need common sense, pro-growth policiesto give small businesses and entrepreneurs renewed condence inour economy and to remove Washington as the roadblock to jobcreation.America is at a crossroads and House Republicans are committed totaking every possible step to spur job creation and get our economyback on track so that Americans can do what they do best: create,innovate and lead. The pro-growth agenda detailed below buildson the GOP Pledge to America, our governing agenda ocused on job creation and economic growth. It will address our economicchallenges, oster innovation and investment, and help job creatorswithout raising taxes on working amilies and small business owners.
Empower Small Business Ownersand Reduce Regulatory Burdens
Job creators are being bogged down by burdensome regulations rom Washingtonthat prevent job creation and hinder economic growth. These regulations areparticularly damaging or the real job creators in the country: small business owners.We must remove onerous ederal regulations that are redundant, harmul to smallbusinesses, and impede private sector investment and job creation.
The Small Business Administration has reported that government regulations areestimated to cost our economy over $1.75 trillion a year. To make matters worse, in2009, the Administration had – under various stages o consideration – another 184regulations that are estimated to cost the economy in excess o $100 million each,and likely to cause more Americans to lose jobs.
While such legislation will impact uture regulations, House Committeesare actively conducting an audit o existing and pending regulations toidentiy and address those that are hindering economic growth.
Background: The House has already acted on several regulations thathurt job creators both large and small including: The EPA’s regulationo greenhouse gases, the Federal Communications Commission’snet neutrality proposal, and duplicative and burdensome pesticideregulations.In order to ease the regulatory burden on the economy and to promote jobcreation, we will approve legislation that requires a congressional review andapproval o any proposed ederal government regulation that will have a signicantimpact on the economy.

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Thank goodness for Fox Business news and their "Fair and Balanced" coverage. I was afraid I wouldn't know what the agenda of the Republican Party actually was--but now I do, thanks to their in-house mouthpiece. Kudos!
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