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2011/12 budget reduces the tax burden on job creators
- Capital Stock and Franchise Tax Phase Out (Will be eliminated in 2014) Saving more than 100,000 job creators – $70 million
Continue reading “Governor’s Job Creation & Economic Development”
The 2011/12 budget represents the foundation for a fiscally responsible budget not only for this year but in years to come
- It promotes limited government and supports free enterprise and job creation
Continue reading “GOVERNOR TOM CORBETT’S 2011-12 BUDGET”
Mike Kelly in action representing us in US Congress
We sent US rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) to Congress to represent us and he has not disappointed us. His business background is what prompted him to run and in the current economic climate his kind of expertise is what we need in Washington, DC and his straight talk abut solving the difficulties, is seen in action in this video.
The 2011/12 budget does not slash education funding
- It returns the basic education subsidy funding to Pre-Recession & Pre-Federal
Stimulus (2008/09) levels
- It maintains a 10-year basic education subsidy funding rate increase of 2.8%
despite the loss of more than $650 million in Federal Stimulus money for
Continue reading “Governor’s Budget: Basic education”
June 18, 2011- US Rep. Mike Kelly met in one of his “Mornings with Mike” meetings with constituents at Chico’s restaurant today at 10 am. About thirty people peppered Mike with questions on a variety of topics about his thoughts and his preparations towards resolving some of the lingering issues.
On raising the debt ceiling Mike felt that we need to look at causes of systemic changes that brought about the problem. Discussants asked his opinion on the ongoing wars, foreign aid and to shrink the size of government in Washington by involving the States.
Social Security, Medicare and Obamacare were subjects of strong interest with an exchange of ideas to solve the expected bankruptcies and to grow out of that by reducing unemployment and thereby increasing the revenue stream. There is a need for government to get out of the way for entrepreneurs to prosper. Limited access to health care, rationing, tort reform and the significance of each of these in the overall picture were vigorously debated. Prospects for the repeal of Obamacare came up during the hour and a half meeting.