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On tour in Iowa force thank you rich.
While the president continues his bus -- someone here -- thinks He should ease up on regulation.
Get government out of the way.
And she's a member of the party you might not expect former senator Blanche Lincoln Democrat from Arkansas is with us senator -- you to be here.
Yeah I disagree if we focus on thank you just I a lot and agriculture community and farmers out that you think just with talking about that business.
That there are a lot of environmental regulations that are getting in the way of them operating in being -- rolled across prosperous.
Well I'm very -- Out to be joining in F five -- the National Federation of Independent Businesses to really bring about a coalition of small businesses all across the country there.
They have over 350000.
Members in a in a five day but to talk about small businesses for sensible regulation.
We're not talking about eliminating regulation we're talking about making it sensible and remembering that the objective here is to put the economy back on track.
And you know if people will remember small businesses are 50% of our GDP in this country.
60% of the profit.
Jobs out there 60% of them are small businesses -- -- they also are two thirds of the net new jobs created every yes absolutely created by small business well.
They're you're what -- youth on partnered up with the -- you point out the National Federation of Independent Business.
But that group actually did file a law also one of the lawsuits against.
Obama care or the health care law which you voted in favor -- so.
Do you still stand by that -- do you still stand in favor.
Of that health care law which many -- many business owners say that's what's get in the way job creation right now.
If you look at what we need most in Washington and we may need most to spur the economy its balance.
That was not a perfect bill no bill that I was ever presented in the United States and -- the House of Representatives was perfect.
But it did take a step forward are -- changes that we can I can make it better yeah.
I was the first Democrat and really the only one for a while the -- on to one of the amendments to.
To the to the health care bill we were debating it last year.
On on the small business aspect of the 1099.
You know there's there's so many things that we can improve upon but just arguing over whether something is perfect or not.
Doesn't get us where we need to be -- what we did need to focus on is the fact that there are over 4200.
Of those new regulations the Small Business Administration itself has said that -- over 845850.
Are going to affect small business.
This presidents and on and -- the president did sign that executive order to reduce redundancy but.
Did He really even need to -- that weren't that was -- -- already in place to try and reduce some of this duplicative rent out legislation or regulation.
Every president has done that what we're saying -- and these economic towns and we want to grow this economy.
We want to make sure that the president hears from small businesses.
This is a voice of the small businesses isn't Blake flank and on being the voice this is asking the voices of small businesses to step up we've got a great.
A great website www.
Sensible regulation dot org.
Off first small businesses to go on and tell their stories president didn't -- an executive order in January asking the agencies to come up with a plan.
He came back in July with another executive order that said.
By November you need to have a plan in place that we can deploy.
And we want to hold his feet to the fire and make sure that we're gonna really be doing that job of you do that senator thanks for billionaires senator Blanche Lincoln.
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