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Barry Hinckley on Corporations

 


Make R.I. the most attractive place to do business

Hinckley, the co-founder of a successful software firm, argued that it's time for new leadership in Washington to help the economy and refashion the tax code. "We need to make Rhode Island and America the most attractive place in the world to do business," he said. "We need fresh faces that are connected to Main Street."
Source: Boston Globe on 2012 R.I. Senate debate , Oct 23, 2012

Cut the business tax rate from 35% to 20%

Hinckley knew as a businessman that taxes and benefits added to the expenses made it hard to hire new employees in America. Hinckley favors cutting the business tax rate from 35 percent to 20 percent.

Senator Whitehouse blamed the Bush administration for the economic situation that Rhode Islanders face. He favored innovation, manufacturing and creating new infrastructure as key ways to renew Rhode Island's economic landscape.

Source: Examiner.com on 2012 R.I. Senate debate , Oct 23, 2012

Get government out of the way of job creators

Get government out of the way of job creators. Without a robust private sector to fund our public sector, we'll go bankrupt; the direction we're currently heading in. As a veteran of the private sector who has created hundreds of quality jobs, I know what it takes to be successful. I'll work to get Washington out of the way so small businesses can create jobs and economic prosperity for all Americans.
Source: 2012 Senate campaign website hinckleyforsenate.com, "Issues" , Jul 17, 2011

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