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Doris Haddock on Jobs


End policies that encourage companies to move jobs offshore

Mr. Gregg brings a few jobs here and there, and I must congratulate him for publicizing these things very well. But, during his watch, New Hampshire has changed. When he first went to Washington, Digital Equipment, the computer company, was our largest employer, with all those wonderfully high-paying jobs. Today, Wal-Mart is the largest employer. Mr. Gregg has supported changes in the law that actually encourages companies to move their jobs off-shore.
Source: Campaign website, GrannyD.com, "On The Issues" Sep 1, 2004

Promote small business development in local communities

The strength of our nation depends on the depth & breadth of our middle class. Many of our best manufacturing and even executive jobs have gone overseas, now turning us into a nation of Wal-Mart greeters-our state's largest employer. We need tax policies designed to keep our companies at home, and designed to promote small business development in our local communities. We can "grow" our middle class again, but we can't do so if incredibly greedy corporations are allowed to direct the actions of Congress.
Source: Campaign website, GrannyD.com, "Issues" Jul 10, 2004

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