FIGHTING FOR OUR SMALL BUSINESSES


I am honored to have the support of business owners across South Dakota. I believe for the first time in a long time, we have a real opportunity to roll-back government overreach and give our businesses the freedom to grow and thrive. In Congress, I will make creating that pro-growth environment a priority for businesses large and small.

PRO-GROWTH, PRO-JOBS, PRO-BUSINESS

HEALTHCARE

The most common issue I hear from business owners around the state is the cost of healthcare. Business owners and workers need access to affordable, patient-centered healthcare. In Congress, I will work to find solutions by:

South Dakota businesses have thousands of unfilled positions representing millions of dollars of potential GDP. Access to a skilled workforce is critical to the success of our businesses. In Congress I will work to grow our workforce by:

WORKFORCE

DEREGULATION


South Dakotans are tired of Washington bureaucrats getting in the way of business. Federal overreach puts an undue burden on small business. In Congress, I will work to lift the regulatory burden by:

Fighting for the repeal of Obamacare which has left many South Dakotans with higher costs and fewer options.

Supporting legislation that restores competition and flexibility into the market to drive down costs and give patients the care they need, not a one-size fits all government plan.

Advocating for opportunities for small businesses and individuals to band together to buy group plans to make costs more affordable.

Ending cyclical poverty and dependency by championing work requirements for welfare recipients.

Supporting technical and vocational education to equip workers with high-demand skills.

Advocating for greater partnership between educators and job-creators to ensure what happens in the classroom leads to employment.

Supporting President Trump’s initiative to roll back regulations by requiring the repeal of at least two existing rules before the implementation of a new regulation.

Enacting legislation to make all new rule promulgation subject to congressional oversight.

Continuing the roll-back of the disastrous Dodd-Frank legislation to give small business owners access to capital.

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The most common issue I hear from business owners around the state is the cost of healthcare. Business owners and workers need access to affordable, patient-centered healthcare. In Congress, I will work to find solutions by:


* Fighting for the repeal of Obamacare which has left many South Dakotans with higher costs and fewer options.
* Supporting legislation that restores competition and flexibility into the market to drive down costs and give patients the care they need, not a one-size fits all government plan.
*  Advocating for opportunities for small businesses and individuals to band together to buy group plans to make costs more affordable.

South Dakota businesses have thousands of unfilled positions representing millions of dollars of potential GDP. Access to a skilled workforce is critical to the success of our businesses. In Congress I will work to grow our workforce by:


* Ending cyclical poverty and dependency by championing work requirements for welfare recipients.
* Supporting technical and vocational education to equip workers with high-demand skills.
* Advocating for greater partnership between educators and job-creators to ensure what happens in the classroom leads to employment.

South Dakotans are tired of Washington bureaucrats getting in the way of business. Federal overreach puts an undue burden on small business. In Congress, I will work to lift the regulatory burden by:


* Supporting President Trump’s initiative to roll back regulations by requiring the repeal of at least two existing rules before the implementation of a new regulation.
*  Enacting legislation to make all new rule promulgation subject to congressional oversight.
* Continuing the roll-back of the disastrous Dodd-Frank legislation to give small business owners access to capital.