Walorski Highlights Hoosier Manufacturer in Ways and Means Tax Reform Video
#TaxReformTuesday Video Features Global Precision Parts in Wabash
WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) today featured a Hoosier manufacturer as part of the House Ways and Means Committee’s weekly #TaxReformTuesday video series.
In the video, Congresswoman Walorski highlighted Global Precision Parts, a manufacturer in Wabash, Ind., and spoke about how building a tax code based on growth, simplicity, and fairness can help manufacturers grow and create jobs.
The video can be viewed here. Walorski’s remarks are below.
“Hi, I’m Jackie Walorski. I represent Indiana’s 2nd District, which is in northern Indiana, the heart of American manufacturing. I’m here at Global Precision Parts, a manufacturer of precision machined parts that employs 50 hardworking Hoosiers in Wabash, Indiana.
“Manufacturers like this one know our tax code is broken. They know that high rates, complex rules, and special-interest loopholes are holding our economy back. And they know that the best way to keep American manufacturers competitive in the global economy is through tax reform.
“That’s why I’m working with my colleagues on the House Ways and Means Committee to fix our broken tax code and make it simpler, flatter, and more fair. We need pro-growth reform so companies like Global Precision Parts can invest in growing their business, building more American-made products, and hiring more workers.
“Tax reform is about growing our economy, growing people’s paychecks, and creating jobs. And we are committed to getting it done for the American people.”
Walorski represents the 2nd Congressional District of Indiana, serving as a member of the House Ways and Means Committee.