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Rep. Whitfield votes for JOBS Act; bill supported by President

Action has President Obama's approval: White House blesses House GOP Jobs bill

Congressman Ed Whitfield, (KY-1) voted with the majority today, March 8, 2012, in passing the Republican sponsored and President Barack Obama blessed "Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act.The congressman said, "The JOBS Act will jumpstart our economy and restore opportunities for America's primary job creators, our small businesses, startups and entrepreneurs. As we know, small businesses and entrepreneurs are the key to success, opportunity and job creation in America. By passing the JOBS Act, we cut bureaucratic red tape and uncertainty from Washington that was thwarting job creation."

"Today's bipartisan JOBS Act is a great example of Republicans and Democrats working together in the House. I urge the Senate to take up this very important measure, and help get Americans back to work," he said.

This story was posted on 2012-03-08 13:00:44
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