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Fighting a recession

This past election, the number one concern I heard from community members at their doors was the economy. The cost of daily life is drastically increasing, and Washington’s never-ending spending spree certainly isn’t going to help. While our nation grapples with a recession, the number one thing we can do at the state level to weather this storm is to ensure good-paying jobs are available for people. This way, we can grow our economy while mitigating some of the damage caused by Washington’s reckless spending spree.

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