Taxing industries that provide economic growth is counterproductive
To the editor:
The state of the economy will continue to be a key issue long after the election. Americans want financial stability, a stable job market, and manageable living expenses. With this in mind, it would stand to reason that policy makers laud all industries contributing to economic revitalization and growth.
Unfortunately, this is not the case when it comes to the energy industry. Despite the fact oil and natural gas companies employ 63 million workers and put more than $1 trillion into the economy annually, they are vilified, not hailed.
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