In my experience, the closer an organization is to its constituents, the more responsive it tends to be. We should move as much of the Federal government as is feasible to other parts of the country, particularly the Midwest. We should start by moving the NIH to Cleveland, where it would bolster the region’s already significant health care industry leadership.
Problems to be Solved
- The federal government is very centralized, creating a feeling of division between many Americans and its operations
- Agencies are based in Washington, D.C., one of the most expensive cities in the country, which now has traffic and infrastructure problems.
As President, I will…
- Identify federal agencies that can operate outside of the Washington, D.C., area, and relocate them throughout the U.S.