Scott Tucker Helps Super PAC With Critical Work Ahead

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Champions for Change (CFC), the Super PAC promoting the values of free market enterprise recently announced they are fully committed to continuing their critical work of promoting entrepreneurship even though the Presidential Election is now over. Their continuing quest to promote prosperity for all Americans was recently aided by a $1 million pledge from entrepreneur Scott Tucker. According to the Champions for Change website, CFC will be actively promoting the call for less government interference into small businesses and the implementation of free thinking entrepreneurial policies.

Even though the Presidential Election is now over the battle to implement business friendly entrepreneurial policies remains on track for Champions for change (CFC). The Super PAC recently announced on their website that they are fully committed to continuing their critical work of promoting the values of entrepreneurship and free market enterprise.

Thanks to a recent pledge of $1 million from the entrepreneur Scott Tucker, CFC's are now set to continue with their quest calling for a smaller government and less obtrusive regulations. The statement on the CFC website details how they are committed to supporting the call for an end to needless bureaucracy and burdensome regulation - two issues that they feel are hindering small businesses all over the country.

The Super PAC also believes that excessively high levels of corporate tax are hindering private sector job growth, and they fully support the call for an urgent review into corporate taxation brackets. The Champions for Change statement also stresses the importance fighting to end federal and state subsidies for the 'green' energy market. CFC believe that a level playing field in the energy market is the best route to economic prosperity for all Americans. The statement on the Champions for Change website also made it clear they will be continuing their support in calling for a complete overhaul of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in order to help promote job growth and prosperity for all Americans.

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