Presidential hopefuls pitch job solutions
Nov 01, 2011 | 04:32 PM
NEW YORK Overregulation and heavy tax burdens are causing manufacturing jobs to dwindle in the United States, some Republican presidential hopefuls argued during a manufacturing forum Tuesday in Pella, Iowa.
"We . . . create jobs not by overtaxing, overregulating or overlitigating, but by offering confidence to risk capital and return on investment. Then, you hire workers. Thats how you change....
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