Unity, in case you missed it,
Gov. John Kasich issued the following statement last week about the latest version of the healthcare legislation being considered in the U.S.
Gov. John Kasich has always supported repealing Obamacare but has also stated that
it must be replaced with meaningful reforms that ensure we’re not leaving our most vulnerable citizens behind.
A bipartisan fix to Obamacare will ensure that the reforms are lasting
so we can move on to tax reform, infrastructure improvements, job training, and the other issues vital to Americans.
Since 2011, Ohio has implemented a combination of tax cuts, spending restraint, and commonsense regulation -- all designed to make
Ohio stronger. Last week, the Ohio Office of Budget and Management announced that the 2017 fiscal year ended once again with a balanced state budget.
Ohio's stable budget situation continues to provide job creators with the confidence they need as they look to Ohio to start or grow their business.
Back in 2015, representatives from Amazon joined Gov. Kasich & JobsOhio to announce a significant investment in Ohio. At the time they stated,
"we couldn't pick a better partner than the state of Ohio." This past week, Amazon announced that they had soared past their job creation
goals at their central Ohio facility, creating 3,000 jobs -- 1,000 more than promised. It's great news for the state, and more confirmation of the
success of JobsOhio in its work to diversify our state economy, making Ohio more resilient to the national economic
Also, below are some links to news stories that highlight Gov. Kasich’s recent comments and message about how much stronger America would be if our leaders would work together to find
commonsense solutions to our greatest challenges:
“Let's suppose Republicans had nominated Ohio Gov. John Kasich, an
experienced, successful politician and a man of good character.
He would take a bipartisan approach to
health-care reform and likely would achieve something that's actually better than Obamacare that most Republicans and Democrats alike could
He also could assemble a bipartisan coalition to tackle tax reform and infrastructure
He might encourage comprehensive immigration reform, not an arrest-and-deport-everyone
He wouldn't confuse our international allies but would conduct foreign policy in a manner consistent with U.S. principles
in place since World War II…”
“Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich said it best recently: "The
goal is to get people to work and be self-sufficient, but people who are hungry and sick can’t work." I join with Gov. Kasich in commending
two Republican politicians in neighboring Nevada, Gov. Brian Sandoval and Sen. Dean Heller, for having the courage to put people over party and oppose
the drastic cuts to health care for the poor that will result from the Senate bill…”
Thank you for all that you're doing to help!
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