We have a need for smart federal investments that can help preserve and create jobs and revitalize our region’s economy.
In a tough economy, we should provide an extra incentive for businesses to employ those who have served our country.
As our economy continues to recover, we must provide emerging small business with the tools they need to be successful and to take their business to the next level.
Our small businesses are leading the way in private-sector job growth, which is the only way we are going to pull through this economic recovery and sustain that growth in the long term.
We should have started this Congressional session by working on a jobs bill, but since the GOP opposed every jobs bill introduced last year, it should not be all that surprising.
I disagree with this court ruling and am concerned about the impact it will have on Nevadans who will no longer be protected against insurers dropping them once they get sick or denying them coverage if they have a pre-existing condition.
We need to stand by job development programs like the Connecticut Works Career Center, particularly in the face of this economy, as part of a comprehensive, multi-pronged approach to put America back to work.
The President was right when he said we need to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world. That's happening right now in central New Mexico.
House Democrats remain committed to putting people back to work and getting our fiscal house in order.