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The NAM released a new study today that outlines the destructive legacy this administration’s relentless labor regulatory agenda will leave for manufacturers, their employees and the communities in which they live.
NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons and Tenneco Inc. Chairman and CEO and NAM Board Chair Gregg Sherrill issued the following statements after Congress sent a well-funded, long-term highway solution to President Obama.
"Manufacturers need every competitive tool to grow and create jobs; the EXIM Bank is one of those tools and has yet again earned bipartisan support in Congress."
"The association is cheering on the Senate as the two chambers try to reconcile their bills in a conference committee, since its bipartisan proposal called for somewhat higher spending levels than the House."
NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons issued a statement after the House passed a well-funded, long-term highway bill, which includes critical language to reauthorize the U.S. Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank.
"The need to update and modernize our nation’s transportation infrastructure extends far beyond state transportation departments and road builders."
NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons issued a statement after Senate passage of a short-term highway patch, which includes a critical extension for Positive Train Control technology.
NAM Director of Transportation and Infrastructure Policy Robyn Boerstling issued a statement on House passage of a short-term highway bill.
The House took some grief from transportation and manufacturing groups for refusing to take up the Senate's larger bill. National Association of Manufacturers CEO Jay Timmons accused Congress of letting the world pass the U.S. by.
"As the world’s largest manufacturing economy, with a crumbling infrastructure where bridges and roads continue to age and fail our expectations, the United States and its manufacturers deserve a network that will serve our 21st-century needs."
"The House voted Wednesday to extend federal highway and mass transit funding for five months, an action begrudgingly accepted by business groups."
NAM Director of Transportation and Infrastructure Policy Robyn Boerstling issued a statement after the House passed a short-term reauthorization of the Highway Trust Fund.
Jay Timmons Speech at Infrastructure Week/Bloomberg Kick Off Event