Jobs and the Economy
A working Wisconsin works best.
Wisconsin has made significant progress over the past four years, but we still have work to do. My number one goal as a legislator is to improve our state’s business climate, so more people can get back to work and provide for their families. The government doesn’t create jobs, but it does set the environment that employers must navigate. The best way to bring jobs to our state is to get government out of the way and allow the free market to work. That means repealing unnecessary regulations that make it difficult for businesses to grow and reducing our tax burden.
- Lead Assembly author of Right-to-Work legislation
- Authored the Small Business Regulatory Improvement Act
- Co-lead on Unemployment Insurance law revision