Guest Author: CR Herro – Vice President, Environmental Affairs
Normally, Congress passes legislation that takes from one and gives to another. Someone wins, someone loses. But, the SAVE Act is a violation of political pundit philosophy. It requires no additional government expenditures, reduces national infrastructure expenses, and returns individual discretionary income back to our citizens. In a tough economy where uncertainty has caused the US’s economy to hesitate, it has the potential to create new jobs, reduce costs, and stimulate spending.