After 8 months with no jobs plan, House Republicans must be feeling the heat. One week after President Obama’s jobs address, Speaker Boehner plans to deliver remarks on “jobs and economic growth” at the Economic Club of Washington, D.C. But we wouldn’t bet on the Speaker actually laying out a jobs plan. Since taking the House majority, Republicans have said over and over again that they are focused on jobs, and yet they still don’t have a jobs plan and have taken very little action to help put more Americans back to work. Democrats, on the other hand, do have a plan – the Make It In America plan to support job creation by promoting an encouraging environment for businesses to innovate and make products here in the U.S.
Here’s a recap of the year, so far: