This week, U.S. Rep. Ross Spano, R-Fla., the only member of the U.S. House Small Business Committee, showcased his “Great American Comeback” economic plan to help the nation recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
“I am confident our district will play an important role in the great American comeback given our talented workforce, untapped market potential and strategic location,” said Spano when he brought out his plan on Tuesday. “As America debates what comes next, we must consider this time as an opportunity to define where we want to see our country in ten, twenty, or even fifty years from now. Having a clear roadmap will not only restore our economy but bolster our national security.”
Spano’s plan includes cutting down on regulations, ending American dependence on China and cutting down on the national debt. He also insisted he can use his perch as the top Republican on the U.S. House Small Business Oversight Subcommittee “to provide the necessary oversight of recovery programs.”
The Central Florida congressman noted that small businesses are key to economic recovery including in his district where 92 percent of businesses are small businesses which include more than 41 percent of the local workforce.
“Before COVID-19 hit, America’s economy had never been stronger thanks to the policies of the Trump administration,” Spano said. “The people in this district mean everything to me, and I am prepared to lead our community back to prosperity, with pro-family, pro-business, and fiscally responsible policies. Cutting bureaucratic red tape and smart deregulation will be at the top of my list.”
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