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Miller outlines position in 1st District run

September 28, 2013

NEW ULM — Byron native and National Guard veteran Aaron Miller has laid out his campaign positions in his bid to be the Republican candidate to challenge incumbent U.S. Rep....

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lovesthetown

Sep-28-13 11:17 AM

Don't see anything there to help increase jobs. If you want to decrease people receiving benefits like SNAP, then get them back to work. Most people are not on those programs to just "game the system" but because they need to eat. The majority of people on those programs, especially SNAP are the elderly, veterans, and children.

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middleclassworker

Sep-30-13 4:17 PM

News Flash Michael: Republicans have no interest in growing full time career jobs. This whole part time with no benefits thing is making a lot of money for big business.

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Avoice

Sep-30-13 9:20 PM

LTT - the people being reviewed who are on SNAP(are in question whether they are eligible if they should be on i)) are approximately 3.5 million adults who are neither elderly, veterans nor children plus some administration expenses being reviewed for being appropriate to the program.

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Avoice

Sep-30-13 9:27 PM

MCW - I think you may have to do some deep thinking regarding jobs and who is doing something about it. The Governor and some liberals are traveling the state raising the minimum wage from $6.75 to $9.75. No one has been talking about the great job of new venture investments. In 2007, the peak of investment money was at $487 billion into new companies. Currently this year so far there has only been about $132 billion at last count. The State government has been so he!! bent in being anti-business that investment in new ventures has been dismal. Investment in startups is what creates jobs which results in good paying middleclass jobs. Taxation does not create lasting jobs but new start up investment does create long term jobs.

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Avoice

Sep-30-13 9:31 PM

MCW posted -"This whole part time with no benefits thing is making a lot of money for big business." Notice how the liberals are creating "laws of the land" that businesses have to take drastic measures to survive as they can't avoid the increased taxes enacted. By the way, you will note the one year delay for big businesses was just a cozying up of the liberals to big business(increased campaign contributions).

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Avoice

Sep-30-13 11:44 PM

OOps, that should be million, not billion in new venture investment. Must have had Federal Government on my mind, not state affairs.

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JReader

Oct-01-13 2:42 PM

Obama is the one that has created the part-time work force paradigm due to his crowning achievement known as Obamacare.

He is only trying to widen his Democratic base by swelling the ranks of the welfare class in our country.

The majority of Americans didn't ask for nor want Obamacare. At least the supposedly clueless Republicans have been able to pick up on that setiment.

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