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01/18/2013

THE MINNESOTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR JIM PUMARLO WAS IN FAIRMONT THURSDAY. HE WAS IN TOWN TO STRESS THE NEED FOR JOBS AND A REDUCTION IN STATE SPENDING TO BE A PART OF THIS YEARS STATE LEGISLATIVE SESSION THAT IS IN ITS EARLY STAGES.

HE SAYS EVERYONE CAMPAIGNED FOR OFFICE ON A JOBS PLATFORM AND THAT THE CHAMBER IS READY TO BE ENGAGED IN THAT DEBATE. PULARMO HOPES THAT GOVERNOR DAYTON'S BUDGET AND TAX REFORM WILL CENTER ON STATE SPENDING FIRST AND NOT ON A DOLLAR AMOUNT NEEDED IN REVENUE. HE'S ALSO HOPING ANY TAX REFORM DOES NOT HURT BUSINESS. PULARMO INFERS THAT SPENDING AND TAX SYSTEMS NEED TO ENCOURAGE EXPANSION OF THE STATE'S ECONOMY,ALLOWING FOR THE CREATION AND RETENTION OF JOBS AND MAINTAINING A HIGH QUALITY OF LIFE.

HEALTH CARE, ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT AND ELECTION REFORM WERE ALSO TOPICS BROUGHT UP BY MR. PULARMO. SPECIFICALLY HE MENTIONED THAT THE CHAMBER WOULD LIKE TO SEE PRIMARY'S MOVED UP TO JUNE RATHER THAN IN AUGUST TO ALLOW FOR MORE TIME TO DEBATE ISSUES OF CONCERN PROPERLY.


ROD HALVORSEN
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