Now is the critical time for this State and Nation to resolve the myriad of challenges with ObamaCare. As a family physician, I am uniquely poised to navigate an ever-changing medical landscape filled with risk and uncertainty.
This is the time to maintain focus on the need for a stronger economy. Especially with investments and job growth. Everything we do should be looked at through a lens of creating jobs. We should be asking tough questions and seeking to find their answers. How can we put Nevadans to work? How can we give them hope for self-sufficiency? How can we educate and empower our youth so they will be competitive in the literal world market? How can we build a transportation infrastructure that facilitates commerce in and through Nevada? How can we utilize our human resources to our benefit? How can we avoid the pitfalls of addictions and unnecessary limitations on traditional freedoms?
Throughout my years of public service, I have kept an open door along with an open mind. I remain optimistic that there are enough good people in this State and Country who care and desire all of us to succeed if we but work hard and think well of our fellowmen.
I have a track record of working with people to get things done, for the benefit of all.
Joe Hardy, M.D., Nevada State Senate District 12
December 2, 2013