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Environment. Tim Griffin for Congress. <http://www.timgriffinforcongress.com/issues.php#environment>.
Griffin supports a compromise between businesses and environmental issues. He wants to protect the environment and think in the long-term, but does not want to hinder American businesses.
Griffin tells Arkansas Times that BP responsible for oil disaster, must bear 'entire financial burden'. Tim Griffin for Congress. 06/16/10. <http://www.timgriffinforcongress.com/news_view.php?nid=223>.
Griffin believes that BP should be held financially responsible for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. He also believes the cap on liability should be raised, but he does believe there should be cap. He says that, "Without it [liability cap], only the very largest companies can compete, and highly successful smaller companies will be forced from the market."
Energy Independence and the Cap and Trade Energy Tax. Tim Griffin for Congress. <http://www.timgriffinforcongress.com/issues.php#energy>.
Griffin opposes cap and trade legislation believing it to be detrimental to Arkansas. He says cap and trade would eliminate jobs, increase costs for consumers, and hinder natural resource development. He supports "a combination of current and emerging technologies."
Griffin Opposes ‘Slaughter Solution’. Tim Griffin for Congress. 03/16/10. <http://www.timgriffinforcongress.com/news_view.php?nid=137>.
Griffin does not support the health care reform bill. He also does not support Pelosi’s request that the Senate vote not be recorded. He stated, "The healthcare plan will negatively affect Arkansas's budget, raise taxes, require citizens to purchase insurance, allow taxpayer dollars to be spent on abortions and increase government's involvement in our lives."
Griffin Signs Health Care Reform Pledge . Time Griffin for Congress. 01/20/10. <http://www.timgriffinforcongress.com/news_view.php?nid=65>.
If elected, Griffin promises to repeal the government-run health care bill. He wants free market solutions and competition to reform health care.