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Monthly Archives: November 2017

CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT RISES IN 41 STATES BETWEEN OCTOBER 2016 AND OCTOBER 2017; JOBS INCREASE IN 26 STATES BETWEEN SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER

November 17, 2017

California and Nevada Have Biggest Job Gains for the Year, Missouri and Iowa Have Largest Declines; Florida Has Largest Monthly Pickup, in Rebound from Hurricane Irma; Nebraska, Louisiana Lag

CONGRESSIONAL TAX REFORM PROPOSAL IS AN IMPORTANT STEP IN PROCESS TO LOWER, MORE EQUITABLE TAX RATES FOR CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYERS

November 2, 2017

Construction Official Says Proposal Provides a Much-Needed Framework for Reducing Tax Burden on Construction Employers, Urges Congress to Include Infrastructure Funding as Well

The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, released the following statement in reaction to the release today of a Congressional proposal to reform the federal tax code:

CONSTRUCTION SPENDING INCREASES BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 2016 AND 2017 AS GROWING PRIVATE-SECTOR DEMAND OUTPACES PUBLIC-SECTOR DECLINES

November 1, 2017

Association Officials Urge Congress, Trump Administration to Include New Infrastructure Investments as Part of a Pending Tax Reform Measure to Avoid Further Declines in Quality, Efficiency and Safety of Public Works

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