Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) held roundtables in Prescott, Cottonwood and Prescott Valley yesterday to discuss the government slowdown, the debt ceiling, Obamacare and other issues with local business leaders. The events were attended by business owners, leaders from local Chambers of Commerce and government officials.
After the roundtables Rep. Gosar said, “People are fed up with the gridlock and partisanship in Washington. They are sick of feeling like pawns in a political chess game. Their families and businesses are hurting.”
“Hardworking Americans want an environment where they can thrive,” Rep. Gosar continued. “I will remain focused on solutions that get government out of the way and spur private-sector growth and job creation.”
Prescott: More than 30 business leaders came out Monday morning to the Hassayampa Inn in Prescott to discuss the small business issues impacting them. These business leaders are concerned that Obamacare will stifle economic growth and limit their ability to grow their companies.
Cottonwood: Business Leaders throughout Cottonwood and the Verde Valley joined Rep. Gosar at the Cottonwood Recreation Center for a Business Roundtable. Special thanks to Lana Tolleson, Andrea Harless and Casey Rooney for taking the time to share the developments of the growing viticulture industry in the region and the small business growth they are experiencing as a result.
Prescott Valley: Rep. Gosar listened to local business leaders share their thoughts concerning the economy and the pressures the business community is facing. Special thanks to Mayor Harvey Skoog and Marnie Uhl from the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce for their leadership as Prescott Valley continues to grow as a result of the pro-business attitude within the community.