We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Suzan DelBene Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
You don’t have the chance in a small business – when every dollar counts, every day – to make too many mistakes and recover from them, and you don’t have the luxury of waiting to make the decision. You have to move quickly.
As I have said all along, for any trade promotion authority bill to gain my support, it must require strong, enforceable environmental and labor protections.
In the more than four decades since Roe v. Wade, it has become clear that some will stop at nothing to obstruct women’s reproductive rights.
Stay engaged; be part of the process.
We need to fight for the equal rights of citizens.
Simplifying the tax code and reducing administrative burdens will save small businesses money and time and let owners and employees focus less on paperwork and more on how to operate in this tough economy.
Technology is moving quickly. Policy is not moving as quickly.
I think we have to be more forward-looking when considering any legislation dealing with technology.
It’s clear that the small business tax credit created under the Affordable Care – while well-intentioned policy – can be improved to better serve the needs of small businesses.
The United States and Israel have always had a unique and strong bond that can never be broken.
Congress has an obligation to clear the legal fog by passing my bill to require the federal government to obtain a warrant if it wants to conduct aerial surveillance.
U.S. companies need clear guidelines on when they have to turn over electronic communications to law enforcement if that information is stored abroad. The current uncertainty harms U.S. businesses and their customers and does not well-serve our foreign relationships.
When you have multiple patients on life support, you don’t pull the plug on one just to save another.
I am running because I believe strongly that we need to get folks back to work and address the needs that the folks in the 1st Congressional District have in terms of employment and economic opportunity.
I know how businesses work and what government can do to help lay a strong foundation for the private sector.
As a woman standing up here, we have to fight for the rights of women.
We need to learn what’s working and what’s not working.
We need to pass measures that protect consumers’ private information while also encouraging new technological innovations.
I was working in email in the early days in the late ’80s, and people weren’t using electronic communications at all in the way we take for granted today.
SXSW has been a melting pot of ideas and policy on immigration, cybersecurity, privacy, Internet of Things, international trade, and innovation.
Requiring companies to weaken devices with ‘back doors’ means we open up innocent Americans to the bad actors who would love easier access to our citizens’ personal information.
The i730 provides an integrated mobile solution for customers who are on-the-go and want access to their calendar, contacts, and e-mail as well as a variety of applications and services that enable them to be more productive.
The Windows 95 launch was such an incredible experience.
If funding for DHS is delayed, it will have a grave effect on Washington’s economy as commerce grinds to a halt along the Canadian border.
People assume that we have certain rights based on property that may be different now in a digital world.
You don’t want to wake up and find out that your watch was hacked, that your thermostat was hacked, that your coffeemaker was hacked.
Innovation is what we’re going to need for the future, and that’s always been a part of the technology industry.
When we look at policy, it’s important we make sure that it’s up to date and reflective of the way the world works today – and where the world is heading in the future.
I talk to business; I talk to labor. I talk to everybody.
Congress should… at least keep pace with technological advances.
It’s not only in Israel’s interest but in America’s as well to stand with one of its closest and important allies.
People have looked at all sorts of effects of globalization and blamed trade. But it’s lots of things.
Just because technological advances have made it easier for the federal government to collect information doesn’t mean that our privacy rights can or should be violated on the ground or in the air.
If you want to post pictures of yourself online, that’s your decision, but you should understand the implications.
Most of our technology issues aren’t partisan.
In this constantly evolving world, Congress must be a good steward of policy to ensure our laws at least keep pace.
Advances in technology and the Internet have dramatically changed the way we communicate, live, and work.
We saw firsthand how a collapsed bridge in Skagit County impacted our local economy, which is why we must fix our infrastructure now before it’s more expensive to maintain in the future.
Government has not been good about being good stewards of policy.
We have a lot of folks who talk about immigration reform but haven’t put their name on a bill.