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Mrs. Hassan's vision is not a low-cost state, but a high-cost state where selected businesses can plead to the government to lower their costs (increasing their chances of success if they heap praise on politicians and contribute to their campaigns). Mrs. Hassan won a popularity contest. She has no ability nor legitimate authority to tell us which institutions should receive our money in preference over others, nor what spending will have a "multiplier effect" in excess of what we could have done spending our money ourselves. The state constitution's guarantee that we can enjoy "free and fair competition" should prevent all subsidies to business.
George LeMont said:
As my jobless household and jobless friends are wondering how it will pay its taxes the Democrat party is still spending as if the economy is booming, but only to their friends and supporters who need government handouts. I can only imagine how many families will find the spending which will have to be funded by the people to be the last nail in their financial coffins? Not to worry Maggie I know having to pay back support in the form of political favors can be expensive for the tax payers.
Gary Kerr said:
EDITORS "Subsidizing entrepreneurship is wholly unnecessary; it is in our DNA." That is correct - all one needs is the desire to screw the next guy before he screws you. I'm glad that there won't be any subsidy for supporting that private (profit&greed) sector action.