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Harris, Iowa is proposing tax credits for businesses in rural areas, accusing Trump of ‘betrayal’

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During the election campaign in Iowa on Thursday, Kamala Harris, the plan for a country-partnerships, “reverse Trump betrayal” and incentives company, with a $10,000 tax credit for the creation of new jobs.

The tax credit for companies “designated rural areas” defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is limited to $ 250,000 a year. To be eligible, companies must hire three or more new full-time workers, one of whom must live in the community.

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Harris’ rural plan of the President of trombone POPs the voice: “Donald Trump lied to rural America, to their voices, but has since turned his back on them. If I were President, rural America will have to listen to a partner, to be willing and ready, and collaborate on real solutions for the problems that you face every day.”

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Harris’ rural plan comes with a more than 100-billion-US-Dollar-price and payment through a broad-based increase in business taxes.

In addition to the tax credit, your proposal says you will use to eliminate Executive action, the “trump plan” to expand the rural health care and ensure broadband access for all households up to the year 2024.

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This plan comes during the California Senator’s third trip to Iowa this month, and in front of another swing through the state next week. The campaign shifts the focus to the Hawkeye state ahead of the February Democratic parliamentary parties.

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