Last month I was in a series of high-level meetings with members of Congress and the Senate in Washington.
While there’s been major news about the Supreme Court, my discussions were on something that both sides of the aisle are coming to consensus over.
You see, issues that impact your own bottom line are way more about economics than they are about politics. On Capitol Hill, leaders know that. They also know that voters react to what impacts their money. That’s why, behind the scenes, I’ve been discussing issues focused on protecting the economy.
Behind closed doors, we’ve been working on how to shield the economy from Too Big to Fail banks and how the U.S. can better fund infrastructure projects. These are initiatives that all politicians should care about.