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|8/3/2020||Construction Spending Decreases For Fourth Consecutive Month In June As Declines In Leading Public Categories, Homebuilding Dominate Results|
|7/29/2020||62 Percent Of Metros Shed Construction Jobs From June 2019 To June 2020 As Association Calls For New Infrastructure Funding, Other Relief Steps|
|7/27/2020||Senate Republicans’ Coronavirus Relief Measure Includes Provisions That Will Help Hard-hit Construction Firms Recover|
|7/17/2020||Construction Employment Rises From May To June In 31 States, Slips In 18; Association Warns Job Losses Will Resume Without Federal Funding|
|7/15/2020||Final NEPA Rule Will Make It Easier To Rebuild Infrastructure, Reinvigorate The Economy And Continue Protecting The Environment|
|7/2/2020||Construction Industry Adds 158,000 Workers In June But Infrastructure Jobs Decline; Association Warns Losses Will Rise Without New Funding|
|7/1/2020||Passage Of House Infrastructure Bill Should Start Process To Craft Measure That Attracts Bipartisan Support, Construction Official Says|
|7/1/2020||Construction Spending Declines 2.1 Percent In May As Drop In Private Work Outweighs Public Pickup; Association Urges Increase In Federal Funding|
|6/30/2020||329 Metro Areas Added Construction Jobs In May As New Survey Results Highlight Dangers Many Workers Will Face In Highway Work Zones|
|6/22/2020||New House Infrastructure Package Will Provide Needed Investments in Aging Infrastructure, Support Economic Recovery and Create Jobs|
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