This page offers media the most up–to–date information on hot industry topics including commentary and analysis on the latest trends in construction economics, the impact of legislative, regulatory and environmental issues on the construction industry, and the ways AGC is educating the industry on safety and health initiatives.
|6/11/2008||AGC CONTINUES TO ADD VALUE TO EDUCATIONAL OFFERINGS|
|6/10/2008||AGC of America Questions New Executive Order Requiring Federal Contractors to Use E-Verify|
|6/3/2008||LOOMING TAX INCREASES UNSETTLE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY|
|6/2/2008||THE ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF AMERICA TO RECEIVE 22ND NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM HONOR AWARD|
|5/20/2008||AGC OF AMERICA CONTINUES TO OPPOSE CALIFORNIA EFFORT TO CHANGE STANDARDS FOR EXISTING FLEETS OF DIESEL EQUIPMENT|
|5/1/2008||HIGHWAY TRUST FUND SOLVENCY MEANS A STRONGER ECONOMY|
|5/1/2008||GOOD NEWS BURIED IN CONSTRUCTION SPENDING REPORT, AGC SAYS|
|4/30/2008||AGC APPLAUDS NEW CONSTRUCTION ETHICS ASSOCIATION|
|4/23/2008||GALLUP POLL SHOWS MORE CONCERN FOR CLEAN DRINKING WATER THAN CLIMATE CHANGE|
|4/15/2008||MCCAIN'S PROPOSED MORATORIUM ON GAS TAXES SHOULD BE DEAD ON ARRIVAL|
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