as many as 80% of small businesses
succeed. Incubators provide shared
facilities and services to help small
businesses through the difficult and
vulnerable first years.
tax cuts for small businesses
that provide health care for
their employees. Over
600,000 Oklahomans are uninsured.
Oklahomans deserve employers
who can and will provide health
insurance to help protect
them and their families from
skyrocketing health care costs.
Creating more small business
incubators. Small businesses
provide half of all the jobs
in America, and 2/3 of all
new jobs, but left adrift,
as many as 80% of all small
businesses fail. With the
help of a small
Penalties for businesses
who renounce their citizenship and
ship jobs overseas.
if elected Boren said he would co-author
HR 3888, the Defending American Jobs
Act of 2004 also favored by Congressman
Combining local incentives to the
already-powerful combination of state
& federal incentives
. In Durant,
Community Leaders came together to
form an incentive package that complimented
existing State and Federal incentives.
They offered businesses these incentives
if they moved to Durant with a certain
number of jobs, all of which had to
pay at least 1.5 times the minimum
wage while providing health insurance.
Within months, two new 500-job businesses
moved into the area. (Cardinal Glass
and Big Lots)
Reinstating the Former Indian Lands
, also known as Federal
Law 168J. Covering all of the Second
District, 168J provides millions of
dollars in tax incentives for businesses
but is slated to expire next year.
It is one of our most powerful federal-level
tools for attracting new business
investments, and it cannot be allowed
Free but fair trade
our high standards of labor and environmental
protections apply to all parties.
Boren believes that both sides must
give in order to arrive at meaningful
and workable international treaties.
Every agreement should involve real
benefits for US businesses and US
Special economic protection areas
for communities especially hard hit
by foreign trade.
Fully funding the Small Business
business support services for small
Opening the $235 billion federal
marketplace to small businesses
These small businesses should be able
to freely compete for federal government
contracts. Competition is good for
everyone: the businesses, the consumers,
and the taxpayers who get a bigger
bang for their tax-buck.