Listening to American Job Creators: Is Government Holding Back Your Business?


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Americans have a right to an efficient, effective government that works for them.
American job creators deserve the opportunity
to succeed and grow here in the United States. Government should deliver predictability,
letting innovators deliver results.
Our job on the Oversight and Government Reform Committee is to help both taxpayers and businesses
secure these rights.
But to get our job right we need help from you, America’s proven job creation experts.

Would you be willing to tell us about your experience? We’re listening.

Visit AmericanJobCreators.com and, in just
a few minutes, describe how government impacts your business.
Where does Washington help, and where does
it hurt?
Get as specific as you’d like, because we believe taxpayers deserve a government that
understands its impact on job creators before it regulates.
Imagine a more efficient, effective government
doing that.

I’m Darrell Issa, lead watchdog on the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
For over 30 years, I’ve run a small business,
signed the fronts of paychecks and created jobs and opportunity for my employees in Southern
California.
I bring that experience to every vote, every hearing, every day on behalf of California’s
49th Congressional District.
I’m listening to the many job creators and
citizens who have spoken out already. I’m looking forward to hearing from you, too.
Thanks.
I’m Darrell Issa, lead watchdog on the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
For over 30 years, I’ve run a small business,
signed the fronts of paychecks, and created jobs and opportunity for my employees.
We’re applying my lessons learned – and the
experience of Congressional Democrats, Republicans and the people we serve – to find a balanced
approach to Washington’s role in the lives of American job creators today…and in the
future.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you, too. Thanks.

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