Rep. Craig Reacts to the State of the State Address

Assembly representative from 83rd District says he's pleased at the focus on a climate for job creation, and the passage of the mining bill.

In response to Governor Walker’s State of the State address, Rep. David Craig (R-Town of Vernon) released the following statement:

“I am pleased that Governor Walker focused on creating a climate for more jobs and economic growth as his chief legislative priority. Beginning with the passage of a mining bill that will help create thousands of jobs in our state, including jobs in southeastern Wisconsin, my legislative colleagues and I will continue to push a pro-growth, free market, economic agenda.

“By eliminating unnecessary regulatory burdens placed on our state’s employers, reducing the tax burden while also making our tax code simpler and more competitive, and returning our government to its core functions, we can continue growing our economy and better the lives of all Wisconsinites.”

For more information, please contact Representative Craig’s office (toll-free) at 888-534-0083 or email him atRep.Craig@legis.wisconsin.gov.

OffTheGrid January 16, 2013 at 03:37 PM
Obama=increase taxes, no budget, debt $16,432,706,000,000.00 and counting Walker=decrease taxes, balanced budget, no debt (surplus) Walker=Moving Wisconsin Forward!
OffTheGrid January 16, 2013 at 03:40 PM
Obama=7.8% unemployment Walker=6.7% unemployment Walker=Moving Wisconsin Forward!
Jerry Bean January 17, 2013 at 02:34 AM
He is! We went from 30th in job creation to 42nd and as we all know, being in the bottom 10 in job creation means progress! Thank you for your support! And thank you David Craig! I have a dear friend who has been wanting to open a massive strip mine on most of Delafield and the western portion of Waukesha, but the liberal EPA is against letting unlimited amounts of boron and lead into the drinking supply and draining Pewaukee Lake in order to reach some iron deposits. This bill will make it possible and it will be a boom to the region, getting rid of such wasteful things like water!


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