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|3/19/2021||Construction Employment Slips In 225 Metro Areas From January 2020 To January 2021 As Rampant Cancellations Augur Further Declines Ahead|
|3/15/2021||Construction Employment In January Lags Pre-Pandemic Mark In 42 States As Canceled Projects, Supply-chain Woes Threaten Future Jobs|
|3/12/2021||Rising Materials Prices And Supply Chain Disruptions Are Hurting Many Construction Firms Already Struggling To Cope With Pandemic Impacts|
|3/11/2021||Soaring Materials Costs, Supply-Chain Problems & Project Cancellations Continue To Impact Construction Industry One Year Into Pandemic|
|3/9/2021||House Votes In Favor Of Idling Workers, Stripping Their Privacy And Denying Them The Opportunity To Establish Their Own Businesses|
|3/8/2021||Media Primer: Why The AGC Of America Opposed The Protecting The Right To Organize (PRO) Act The House Will Consider This Week|
|3/5/2021||Construction Employment Declines By 61,000 In February As Severe Weather Compounds Falling Demand For Nonresidential Projects|
|3/1/2021||Construction Spending Rises In January As Private Nonresidential Sector Stages Rare Gain, But Rising Materials Costs Make Further Losses Likely|
|2/18/2021||New Immigration Bill Protects The Legal Status Of More Than 100,000 People In Dreamers And TPS Programs Who Work In Construction|
|2/17/2021||Soaring Prices And Delivery Delays For Lumber, Steel And Other Inputs Squeeze Finances For Construction Firms Already Burdened By Pandemic|
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