Economic Development

As noted above, adequate JTIP and LEDA funding was provided. Additional funding for the Opportunity Enterprise Act can help provide housing for workers near new business locations. Continuing a strong national advertising program is key to attracting more tourism to the state, as is massive road improvements, including sprucing up rest stops. More and better roads also facilitate the flow of commerce.

Helping with repayment of health professionals’ student loans, increasing Medicaid provider rates, bolstering rural hospitals and providing significant new hospital reimbursements all work to improve health-care delivery and attract and retain the number of health-care professionals needed in the state.

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