Posts Tagged ‘bipartisan’

Apr
2016
19

Building Trades 2016 Conference Carries Bipartisan Message; Clinton, Castro to Speak

Building Trades 2016 Conference Carries Bipartisan Message; Clinton, Castro to Speak
  On Monday, North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) began their annual legislative conference in Washington, D.C. 3,000 delegates representing more than a dozen trades were in attendance to network, hear remarks from lawmakers and industry leaders, and attend workshops so they can return to their local unions with new resources...
Apr
2015
15

Nationwide, Infrastructure is Reclaiming its Rightful Place On the Bipartisan Pedestral

Nationwide, Infrastructure is Reclaiming its Rightful Place On the Bipartisan Pedestral
  As legislative sessions come to a close, states across the country are seeing various proposals to fund major construction projects in hopes of rebuilding infrastructure and creating construction jobs.  While the projects and financial circumstances in each state differs, infrastructure is again reclaiming its place as a reliably...
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Jan
2015
27

New Report Makes Negative Impact of Misclassification on TX Economy Crystal Clear(er)

  The Texas Legislature has released a bipartisan report on employee misclassification which argues that “companies that pretend their employees are independent subcontractors are undermining free markets and encouraging illegal immigration, among other serious problems.”  The report comes after a nearly year-long investigation by the...
Apr
2014
15

Bipartisan Interest In Ending Construction Worker Misclassification Drives Continued Reform in Texas

  A misclassification hearing has been set in the Texas House of Representatives to gather testimony on the implementation of a limited crackdown signed into law by Gov. Rick Perry last year.  On April 24th, the House Business and Industry Committee will convene at the state capitol to inquire about what more can be done [&hellip...
Jan
2014
17

OH Unions, State Senate, and Gov. Kasich Agree: Road Construction Funding Needs a Lift

  In Ohio, construction unions have joined Gov. John Kasich and the State Senate in endorsing a proposal to increase money for road construction through bonds.  If passed, the proposal will meet the Ohio voting public this year. Democrats tried to include an amendment in the Senate proposal that would have provided more money to [&hellip...