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Roger’s Answers to Candidate Questionnaire

From ACTION PA of Chester County

After presenting at the ACTION PA of Chester County breakfast on January 25, 2014, Roger spent some time completing this organization’s Candidate Questionnaire. It covers a broad range of critical issues, and is worth a read if you’d like to understand Roger’s positions, and the stances he will take on your behalf in Harrisburg.

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Liquor Privatization: Diluting What's Best For PA
Big union money and cronyism intoxicating career politicians

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Roger is 100% for the complete and total privatization of liquor, beer, and wine sales in Pennsylvania. If elected to become your State Rep from the 158th District, he will vote with like-minded members in the General Assembly to disband the PA Liquor Control Board (LCB) and return the business of selling beer, wine, & liquor back to the private, free market sector where it belongs..

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Corruption - Cronyism - Sheer Incompetence
Picking winners and losers based on your political connections

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The Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) and Keystone Opportunity Zones (KOZs): Picking winners and losers based on your political connections.

"Since 1986, the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) has spent more than $5 billion on development projects, with $340 million in RACP borrowing approved in the 2013-14 state budget. RACP uses borrowed money—paid back with interest by taxpayers—for local “economic development” projects. Some of the more controversial projects include: the Arlen Specter Library, the corporate headquarters of Tastykake, numerous sports stadiums, and a $3 million grant to the Second Mile, the charity founded by convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky. Former Auditor General Jack Wagner expressed concern over RACP spending. He found that the commonwealth could not verify whether $1 billion in grants to local redevelopment and industrial development authorities generated jobs. State lawmakers recently passed Act 77 to reduce the RACP debt ceiling, limiting the possible total borrowing under RACP from $4.05 billion to $3.45 billion and providing greater accountability, oversight and transparency in awarding RACP grants. While this slows debt accumulation, the state is best served by phasing out this program and redirecting taxpayer dollars to better use."

These are simply political favors masquerading as taxpayer investments. Roger will work to phase out the RACP, lower corporate taxes and regulations, and make all of Pennsylvania a free market opportunity zone.

 In part from the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Foundation

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 Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania Endorses Roger Howard!

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Common Sense
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Common Sense Reform

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Door-to-Door with Roger

Roger has personally visited many of House District 158’s Residents.

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Lawyers Gone Wild and Lawsuit Venue Shopping
The Need for Serious Tort Reform

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Pennsylvania is well known for exposing companies to unnecessary civil litigation. Ground-zero for this is Philadelphia, where the infamous "litigation tourism" trade thrives. PA law allows you to file a civil lawsuit outside of the county where the alleged injury occurred (IE. If you are injured in Pittsburgh, you can file suit in Philly). With the help of legions of trolling lawyers, a plaintiff with a jackpot mentality can find the most friendly venue (county) to file their lawsuit. Tort abuse like this suppresses growth, adds to unemployment, and increases significantly the costs of goods and services.

Note: So far in 2014, The National Trial Lawyers Association has disbursed $1.7M in campaign donations. 97% of it went to Democrat candidates.

For a great tutorial of Pennsylvania Tort history and recent reforms, I encourage you to completely read the short attached article.

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Public Service
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Pension Reform
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Restoring Prosperity
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On May 8th, the Citizens Alliance for Pennsylvania (CAP) announced its endorsements for the May 20, 2014, primary election. The purpose of CAP's Ben Franklin Project is to elect fifty-five members of the Pennsylvania House and fifteen  members of the Senate. Roger Howard is CAP’s choice in the race for PA State Rep (House District 158).

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Fiscal Discipline
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Common Sense II
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Trust
Click here to read Mailer 7

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Standing with the Sheepdogs

For our Troops on many Saturdays at the Courthouse in West Chester.

Supporting Wounded Warriors

Wounded Vets Parade

At the Wounded Warrior Tractor Parade in Kennett Square, April 26

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