National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Vice President of Government Affairs Colin Woodall says more attention should be given to curbing the administration’s onslaught of burdensome, costly and scientifically unfounded regulations as a way to cut spending and prevent further job loss in rural America.
Woodall believes there are so many factors being overlooked inside the Beltway that could stimulate the economy, create jobs and assist in reducing wasteful, unnecessary spending. He says needless, costly regulations need to be addressed during spending debates.
South Dakota Representative Kristi Noem says her constituents want more regulatory certainty. Not knowing what threatening regulation might be coming down the line from the Environmental Protection Agency dampens any small business owner’s appetite for expanding their operation or hiring another employee. I believe it is essential that we stop the job-destroying overreach of the EPA.