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George W. Bush is doing some good things. He is gathering thoughtful, incredibly qualified people to pose substantive ideas about the American economy. New Mexico needs the same approach.
The vehicle is the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, home to the George W. Bush Institute and its economic growth initiative, in particular The 4 percent Growth Project. The project premise is, “If the economy grew at 4 percent per year, we would create 10 million additional jobs during the next decade, returning the economy to full employment through growth alone, with no rise in government spending.” See bushcenter.org/bush-institute/economic-growth.
A few weeks ago some worthies—governors, economists, business people and even an environmentalist or two — gathered in “a bold effort to determine the cost that misguided regulation imposes on growth and to suggest more sensible policies that could benefit America.” The conference proceedings were passed along by the Property and Environment Research Center (perc.org), one of the chief good guys in my environmental policy world.
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