Sustained economic growth is the single most important factor leading to the prosperity and well being of Americans and our great nation. This growth, which is essential to reducing federal deficits, is more likely to occur in a tax and regulatory environment that encourages job creation and with effective participation in the global marketplace through fair and open trade.

Taxes and Regulation
Uncertainty in federal tax policy and overly aggressive regulation by federal agencies inhibit the flow of investment and subsequent innovation, restricting economic expansion. To support U.S. competitiveness and job growth, the United States needs to:

Trade and the Global Economy
Prudent and timely policies promoting fair and open trade abroad are fundamental building blocks for innovation, expansion and job creation in all industry sectors. To that end, an expanded trade agenda is critical to achieving prosperity. The United States needs to:

Domestic Policy
In addition to the above strategies, the United States also needs to support the following policies, regulations and judicial actions at the appropriate federal and state levels to encourage U.S. success and enhance the nation’s competitiveness in the global marketplace:
 
Talent and the Workplace

Infrastructure  

Legal Reform

Health Care and Retirement Security

Support of the issues described above in the form of regulations and judicial actions at the appropriate federal and state levels would ensure future economic growth for all Americans