Tax Reform in Wisconsin
In between events in Wisconsin and working in Washington, Paul has been taking tax reform on the road from coast to coast. This week, he did so at Harley-Davidson in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.
Paul recently spoke to WISN’s Vicki McKenna, making the case for tax reform:
Our economy has changed, and so too have the necessary skills to be effective in that economy. There are jobs available, but too many businesses cannot find employees with the training needed to fill those positions. It is a problem that extends from businesses large and small to high school students, and everyone in between.
That’s why this summer, the House unanimously passed the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act, a key piece of legislation in the House’s Better Way agenda. This bill promotes and modernizes career and technical education (CTE) programs. In doing so, we increase the number of applicants who possess the right skills for a given job—and narrow the skills gap—while also ensuring the students of today are the well-equipped workforce of tomorrow.
The work happening in Washington—much of it bipartisan, and much of it under the radar—matters to people all around the country. And that’s why we won’t stopping putting Americans’ priorities first.
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