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Opinion Column by John Semmens
Dem Senators Want to Restore Pre-Trump Economy
Determined to undo what they called "the wrenching changes inflicted on America by Trump's tax cuts," Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) are proposing a "Long-Term Unemployment Act." Their bill would create a federal program to reduce the number of private sector jobs and provide new government jobs for those who become unemployed. A problem caused by Trump's policies is that there are currently more jobs than people to fill them.
"The present surplus of jobs is precisely the worst of the wrenching changes we aim to rectify," Wyden said. "Generations of Americans have gotten used to the periodic respites that a few months of compensated unemployment has provided for them. But under Trump's policies there are too many open jobs and very little opportunity to enjoy any paid downtime."
"Our bill would rescind the tax cuts and ratchet down the prosperity to level
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