Clinton proposes tax incentives to bring back manufacturing jobs in struggling communities

Dec 09, 2015

SALEM, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Clinton announced the latest piece of her jobs agenda Tuesday, outlining a plan to boost American manufacturing jobs by offering tax incentives to spur investment in communities that are losing jobs from factory closures and layoffs.

"This is not a new fight for me," Clinton said during a town hall in New Hampshire. "When we support American manufacturing we support not only American jobs today but innovation for the future."

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