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Blog | July 31, 2015
Blog: Head-Spinning Couple of Weeks in Washington Yields a Golden Opportunity for America

It’s been a crazy two weeks of votes in the House and the Senate, but there has been positive, forward progress toward a six-year transportation bill. It’s been like an advanced course in Congress, with cloture votes, second degree amendments, perfecting amendments, Rule 14s and ‘trees’ being stuffed. But in

Blog | July 31, 2015
Blog: Head-Spinning Couple of Weeks in Washington Yields a Golden Opportunity for America

By Janet Kavinoky It’s been a crazy two weeks of votes in the House and the Senate, but there has been positive, forward progress toward a six-year transportation bill. It’s been like an advanced course in Congress, with cloture votes, second degree amendments, perfecting amendments, Rule 14s and ‘trees’ being

Press Release | August 25, 2015
Radio Ad Campaign Calls for House Action This Fall on Multi-Year Highway & Transit Bill

The Transportation Construction Coalition launched a new radio advertising campaign Aug. 25 aimed at members of the House of Representatives about the importance of fixing the Highway Trust Fund and passing a multi-year highway and public transit investment bill.

Press Release | August 25, 2015
Radio Ad Campaign Calls for House Action This Fall on Multi-Year Highway & Transit Bill

Contacts: Eileen Houlihan, 202.289.4434 / ehoulihan AT artba DOT org Brian Turmail, 703.459.0238 / turmailb AT agc DOT org (Washington, D.C.)—The Transportation Construction Coalition launched a new radio advertising campaign Aug. 25 aimed at members of the House of Representatives about the importance of fixing the Highway Trust Fund and passing a multi-year highway

Press Release | August 26, 2015
AGC Video on Long-Term Bill: “Quit kicking the can down the road”

Brian Turmail, 703.459.0238 / turmailb AT agc DOT org The U.S. construction industry speaks loud and clear through a video posted on YouTube that urges Congress to, “quit kicking the can down the road.” Throughout the 75 second video, construction industry professionals across the country discuss the need for Congress to pass

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