A new report by the Harvard Business School says that government gridlock is slowing the country's economic recovery.

FOX's Jon Decker has more from the White House:

According to the Harvard Business School report, the inability of President Obama and the Republican-led Congress to reach agreement on economic issues is directly impacting the tepid pace of the economic recovery.

The study found that the U.S. political system, tax code, health care system and regulations are now all viewed as weaknesses for the U.S. economy.

 And bi-partisanship on economic issues appears unlikely.

The economic stimulus measure pushed by the President in 2009 passed in the then-Democratic-led House with no Republican votes and received just three Republican votes in the Senate.

At the White House, Jon Decker, FOX News.