Job creation

Tigerhawk has posted a thoughtful list of policies to spur job growth, with a focus on measures that are simple to implement and steer clear of the most contentious issues dividing the electorate.  One proposal is a "pay-go regulation budget" scheme that would mandate the elimination of an old job-killing piece of red tape for every new one created.  A related policy:  "employment impact statements" as a precondition to any new regulation.

1 comment:

Grim said...

His #8 makes a lot of sense to me.

I think you'd get a long way toward a solution if we just started issuing permits to gas, oil, and coal production. That would flatten out energy costs while also producing many jobs.