Small businesses are the foundation of our economy and are an integral part of creating jobs and rebuilding the economy for the future. We owe it to them to ensure that they have a business environment in this country that helps them grow and flourish.
Although three million Americans have jobs because of the policies of President Obama and this Democratic-led Congress, we face a long road ahead. Expanded access to capital bolsters our economic recovery and helps ward off a double-dip recession.
Loans like this help rural communities renovate facilities and embark on new expansions - helping grow the local business sector and creating jobs.
We owe it to our small businesses to ensure that they have access to the capital and lending they need to help them serve our community and create new jobs for our local workforce. This bill does just that.
We're taking tax subsidies back from outsourcers and giving them to small business people who will put people to work here in America.
I will keep working to ensure that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the promise we made to all Americans, young or old, rich or poor, healthy or sick, man or woman, is kept.
I know western Wisconsin small businesses and family farmers continue to face a lack of credit and tight lending standards, this bill will help unfreeze the credit markets and create generous tax incentives to help our local businesses create more jobs.
These first reforms will start the process of holding insurance companies accountable, lowering overall health care costs for families, and guaranteeing more health care choices for New Yorkers and all Americans.
American families are already seeing the benefits of the health care law. And now, no longer will children be denied based on pre-existing conditions, or an individual’s coverage cancelled when they need it most.