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Non-competes, the economy, growth strategy

My philosophy on economic development generally is that government needs to do its own critical jobs, as well as possible — education, infrastructure, public fiscal responsibility and public safety are the foundations of prosperity. If we do our job well in government, the private sector will take advantage of the opportunities we create.

Nonetheless, economic development per se is a central conversation every legislative session and we generally pass a bill that consists of a collection of measures designed to increase private sector vitality.

In the 2013-14 session, my personal priority in the economic development area will continue to be the reform of our judge-made laws that allow employers to restrict competition by their employees.

For more or on my thinking on economic development, you can browse all posts on economic development issues or use the subject outline below:

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