US elections are over- both parties need to work for business growth and jobs

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The US elections are over and the message from US voters is clear. Republicans will control the house while Democrats should hold on to the Senate as predicted by different polls.

From this blog's point of view-both parties need to work together for business growth and jobs. For examples, on healthcare reform both parties need to move together to decide the further course of action and make sure that implementation moves forward in whatever form. If it does, then there will be more certainty,investment and jobs in the healthcare business including the delivery side of doctors and hospitals, insurance companies,employers. Just arguing back and forth is going to delay stability and jobs in the entire healthcare value chain.

Stable,pedictable Government policy  are things that businesses value a great deal which helps business investment and jobs.  Perhaps  members of both houses should consider providing that kind stability and predictability to US businesses going forward.

 

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