51 by 51: New Jobs Coming to Virginia

From Virginia House of Delegates Speaker Kirk Cox’s office (R-Colonial Heights) … the Virginia House of Delegates is continuing to highlight 51 unique accomplishments of the 51 members of the Republican-led House of Delegates from the 2019 General Assembly session.

Virginia is consistently ranked as a top state for doing business by numerous publications. This year the Republican-led House of Delegates passed legislation and incentives packages to help bring tens of thousands of new jobs to Virginia.

Most notably after a nationwide search, Amazon chose Virginia as the location for their “HQ2” project, bringing more than 25,000 jobs. Additionally, Micron plans a $3 billion expansion of their Virginia plant, creating 1,100 new jobs.

The House of Delegates passed major incentive packages for both Amazon and Micron. Both packages are fiscally responsible and take important steps to safeguard taxpayers.

More importantly, though, the House passed a series of bills to build out a massive “tech-talent pipeline” that will give our students the right skills to succeed in the high-tech jobs that companies like Amazon and Micron are bringing to Virginia. These transformative ideas along with new job creation will keep our economy growing, raising wages for everyone.

Our record on job creation in the Commonwealth is yet another of the 51 accomplishments by the 51 members of the Republican-led House of Delegates.

See other “51 by 51” posts….

Tuition Freeze
The Virginia House Republican Agenda
Pay Raises for Teachers
Keeping Our Children Safe in School
Passed a Conservative and Balanced Budget