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He says the American Jobs Act is in its infancy, but it's a nice start given all the business owners just like Hale out there right now.
The Republican controlled House is not expected to bring the bill to a vote yet. The Democratic controlled Senate would like to bring it to a vote soon.
bill is facing a challenge from the other side of the aisle. Republican leadership outlined area where they agree and, mainly, disagree.
Last week, prior to his address to a Joint Session of Congress, we wrote to President Obama to discuss potential ways forward on job creation. In addition to highlighting the numerous pro growth jobs bills passed by the House and awaiting action by the Democrat controlled Senate, we told the President: "While it is important that we continue to debate and discuss our different approaches to job creation, it is also critical that our differences not preclude us from taking action in areas where there is common agreement." We stressed that "[w]e shouldn't approach this as an all or nothing situation."
people that will hire people, and that's one of the main things we need," Hale said.
We were hopeful that the President was interested in finding common ground as well. However, the White House and the President's campaign demanded that the bill pass in its entirety. David Axelrod, the President's top campaign advisor, told ABC's 'Good Morning America' that "We are not in negotiation to break up the package. And it's not an a la carte menu." Meanwhile, the White House Communications Director, Dan Pfeiffer, said, "The president said it 16 times, I'll say it a 17th time today. He wants them to pass the American Jobs Act. That's the piece of legislation he's sending up."
In August, we released our fall legislative agenda focused on implementing two key aspects of our jobs agenda, the GOP Plan for America's Job Creators: regulatory and tax relief for America's small businesses, entrepreneurs and employers. This week, we completed action on the first of those items: blocking the federal government's National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from unilaterally telling businesses in what states they can and cannot open up for business. Also, this week the President sent Congress his proposed jobs bill. Having had a few days to review his proposal, we wanted to take this opportunity and provide you with some initial reaction.
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"If it meant $7,000 or $8,000 to me, then that would be a lot toward hiring someone new," he said.
For the sake of 14 million Americans who are currently unemployed and the more than 4 million who have been unemployed for more than a year, we are pleased that the White House has begun to back away from that extreme. It is far more important that the focus be on delivering results for the American people rather than on the upcoming campaign. As the President himself said, "The next election is 14 months away. And the people who sent us here the people who hired us to work for them they don't have the luxury of waiting 14 months."
We believe there are areas of common agreement, and areas worthy of further conversation where agreement assuming there are good faith discussions may be possible.
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"There are some good points we discovered this week when it was finally released," he said.
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"Oh, I hear all over the place that folks are very concerned. The uncertainty that folks are facing today exists at several levels: tax uncertainty, there's economic uncertainty, there's regulatory Nike Mag Glow uncertainty," he said.
That's why he was paying attention to President Barack Obama's speech last week. He's looking at the American Jobs Act very carefully especially a provision that would give him a tax break to hire unemployed workers.
Back in Aiken, Hale hopes compromise is the key word.
"The president is proposing huge tax increases. These tax increases will destroy jobs at a time when we need to be creating jobs," said Rep. Joe Wilson, R SC.
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Congressman John Barrow, D Ga., says there are many things in the act that people on both sides of the aisle can support.
But Wilson does say it's not all bad.
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