Our colleagues on the other side of the aisle have a different approach to handling our economy, preferring to let everyday folks fight for themselves while bailing out their upper crust friends with lavish tax breaks for the wealthy.
These two pieces of legislation will provide small businesses with much-needed relief and support during these difficult economic times.
This legislation is just another part of our ongoing effort to create local jobs and put our economy back on track.
As we all know, minority business play an integral part in our economy. We must as lawmakers do everything we can to ensure a robust and equitable economic recovery.
Washington’s focus should be on helping to get the private markets moving again and reducing the deficit, and this common sense plan does both.
I have listened to the concerns of small businesses in my district about the lack of available credit and with the passage of this bill we are taking action to address their concerns.
The legislation approved today will help small business owners access the capital they need to grow their businesses.
The housing crisis led our country into the current economic recession, and creating incentives to allow the housing market to thrive is critical to a sustained economic recovery.
I am very proud of the fact that a key benefit for seniors under health care reform is more affordable prescription drugs.