Economy and Jobs
I believe there is no reason Americans cannot enjoy a robust and expanding economy in the 21st century. To do this we must create the conditions conducive for economic growth – cut taxes, reduce government spending, eliminate costly and burdensome regulations and foster an economic climate of certainty that instills businesses with the confidence to invest and create jobs.
We know from experience that massive federal spending packages do not work. They cannot harness the ingenuity and creativity of the American worker. They merely serve as stopgap measures and saddle us and our children and grandchildren with an ever-growing burden of debt and act as a drag on the economy. Excessive government spending does not create sustainable good-paying jobs. The bulk of job creation comes from small businesses grown in our communities and cities.
That is why I support cutting taxes for working Americans and the businesses that hire them. Lower taxes mean more money for businesses to expand and create jobs. Lower taxes result in more money in the pockets of Americans to spend as they see fit. Learn more about my stance on tax reform here.
I support reducing the regulatory burden on businesses.Senseless regulations are costly.The more money businesses must spend to comply with government mandates, the less they have to reinvest and hire workers. We need to restore commonsense regulations back into the workplace.
I favor gaining control of and reducing federal spending. American families have to live within their means. The federal government should as well.
We are on our way to establishing a sensible federal budget that cuts federal spending, and will lead to lowers taxes so that the economy will once again grow and create jobs.
- Awarded U.S. Chamber’s Spirit of Enterprise Award in recognition of supporting pro-growth, pro-jobs policies during the first session of the 113th Congress.
- Voted for H.R. 803, the Supporting Knowledge and Investing in Lifelong Skills (SKILLS) Act that removes roadblocks for workers to access job training immediately, eliminates ineffective programs and creates a single source of support for workers, employers and job seekers and empowers state governors to consolidate state-level training programs to eliminate waste and improve support for workers.
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On a night where a decidedly liberal audience was primed more for a pro wrestling match than a constituent forum, Republican Rep. Randy Hultgren still won a smattering of applause.
ST. CHARLES – U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren, R-Plano, faced a frequently raucous crowd of more than 500 people at a question-and-answer forum April 18 at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles.
Washington, DC — U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) will join a public question-and-answer session hosted by the League of Women Voters at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles on Tuesday, April 18. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the event begins at 7:00 p.m.
Washington, DC — Following the March 31, 2017 announcement that Caterpillar, Inc. would be closing its Aurora manufacturing plant and dislocating 800 area jobs, U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) and Kendall County Board Chairman Scott Gryder sent a letter to Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby.
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