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San Diego County, CA June 8, 2010 Election
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Regulatory Reform and Job Creation

By Thomas M.D. "Tom" Warschauer

Candidate for Member of the State Assembly; District 76; Republican Party

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We must reduce the amount and number of levels of review to encourage growth and employment
Employment First
  • Nothing of value in California will be achieved without our state being economically strong: environmental improvements, social improvements, even things like monitoring sexual predators, depends on adequate revenue to accomplish these things. Employment is based on a healthy economy and that is not going to happen without less regulation and less burdensome taxes. Otherwise failing companies will close or leave, skilled workers and their families will also leave and we will enter a "Greek-like" downward spiral of class warfare: fighting over the scraps of what's left.
  • States with lower overall taxes have lower unemployment and more growth.
  • Social spending is out of control. We provide too many benefits at too high a level to too many people.
  • We must make our regulatory environment more employer- friendly by reducing the layers of decision-making. We should institute unified decision making process rather than a sequential one. Proponents of new projects, whether government or private, should present their proposals to all levels of regulation at once and get all questions answered at once. This includes public comment and input.
  • We need to revise our tax structure to encourage the benefits of keeping jobs in California. Business taxes are driving away employment faster than you may think.

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