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March 2nd, 2010

Senate Republicans call for passage of job growth bill

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"I am eager to work towards passing a jobs bill, but am concerned with the idea of raising taxes to pay for it," said Sen. Debicella, who has been instrumental in authoring Senate Republican Jobs Proposals aimed at repealing the business entity tax; eliminating outdated, redundant and counterproductive state business regulations; and providing tax incentives to emerging and next generation industries including alternative fuel, environmental remediation and nanotechnology. "I would ask that my legislative colleagues be fiscally responsible and pay for this bill through spending cuts, similar to those I have proposed in the budget I co-authored."

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