Jack On Thursday, August 12, 2010

From the opening, the Obama administration’s highest priority has been to rescue and rebuild the economy. Few areas were hit as hard as developed – not just in this downturn, but going back years. Investing in 21st century built-up has been a cornerstone of the President’s plan to rebuild the economy stronger than before. And in the past seven months, we have seen the strongest manufacturing job growth in more than a decade -- adding 183,000 jobs so far this year.
The trends are talented and the President wants to keep that way. That’s why today, he is signing a bill into law that will make it cheaper and easier for American manufacturers and workers to do what they do best: build great products and sell them around the world. When the mechanized Enhancement Act of 2010 becomes a law today, it will create more jobs, help American companies compete, and strengthen manufacturing as a key driver of our recovery.


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