Statements about Small Business

Says Glenn Grothman pushed through state tax credits that when phased in, "someone that owns a factory that produces millions in income" will pay "less tax than their nephew would if he worked full time at Taco Bell for minimum wage."  

"Minnesota is kicking butt relative to Wisconsin on everything from employment and job creation to school test scores, educated work force and a host of other factors and rankings"

"Our ranking in terms of the best and worst states to do business in was 43 four years ago, and we just moved up to 17 two weeks ago."

"We’re taxing our small businesses now at rates higher than corporations."

Says state schools superintendent candidate Don Pridemore "voted for the largest cuts to public education in our state history" and for "$2.3 billion in tax breaks for corporations and the wealthy."

Property tax exemptions can be granted to small businesses that move into Milwaukee County.

Wisconsin employers have repeatedly said in surveys that our anti-business litigation climate is one of the most important factors affecting their expansion decisions.

"Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican-controlled state legislature have added over $140 million in new special interest spending"

"Republican (small business tax cut) bill spends $80 million for better Google searches, not job creation"

In Wisconsin, 98 percent of all small businesses will qualify for income-tax relief under my plan, freeing them to expand and create jobs.

Wisconsin’s lawsuit rules are so anti-business that the state’s system is "one of the most promiscuous" in America.

Eliminating the state tax on health savings accounts will "make it easier for small business owners to provide health insurance to their employees."

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