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Jobs & The Economy

Jobs & The Economy

Prior to serving in Congress, Mia used her term as mayor of Saratoga Springs to create a pro-growth environment. Today, she continues to work hard to advance policies that support an economy that provides opportunities for everyone. She fights to ensure all families have quality employment opportunities. She fights for fewer, lower, and simpler taxes for all. And she regularly supports legislation that allows Utah’s small businesses to thrive. So far, she has:
 
• Introduced and passed legislation to expand access to credit from community banks for middle-class families and small business owners
 
• Cosponsored the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act, which passed the House. This legislation would require new executive branch rules and regulations with economic impacts of $100 million or more to come before Congress for an up or down vote
 
• Cosponsored the Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act, which passed the House and compels bureaucratic agencies to assess the impact of their actions on small businesses. This is something that Utah already does and is just another way she is trying to bring Utah values to Washington
 
• Voted to repeal the medical device tax, which does significant harm to an important Utah industry
 
• Voted to support programs that incentivize work and help low-income families escape poverty
 
• Routinely supported legislation that promotes upward mobility for individuals and removes barriers for businesses
Because of her consistent record, Mia has earned the support of Utah’s business community and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Spirit of Enterprise Award. She pledges to continue working to make sure the economy produces more jobs that pay higher wages.