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Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney to unveil jobs plan

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Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney to unveil jobs plan

Post by Guest on Tue Sep 06, 2011 9:15 am

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will unveil his jobs plan in Las Vegas on Tuesday, the latest among Republican presidential hopefuls to come out with a proposal to grow the economy and boost employment.

Romney provided a general outline in a USA Today piece Monday. He said his plan will contain 59 specific proposals to turn the economy around, "including 10 concrete actions I will take on my first day in office."

"Each proposal is rooted in the conservative premise that government itself cannot create jobs," he wrote.

"Only the individual initiative of entrepreneurs, workers, investors and inventors enables companies, and our economy as a whole, to flourish."

Romney will also propose the creation of the "Reagan Economic Zone," which he described as "a partnership among countries committed to free enterprise and free trade."


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