AGC Prepares for Next Congress; Requests Member Involvement
With Election Day just 18 days away and the outcome of the Presidential and Congressional races still uncertain, AGC is actively preparing for the next Congress. Many legislative issues that are a priority to the construction industry, including the nation’s infrastructure investment gap, will need to be addressed by the next Congress. During this debate, AGC will actively advocate for the nation’s surface transportation, aviation, waterways and flood control, and wastewater and drinking water infrastructure. While the main concern now in Washington is the economic crisis, infrastructure funding, legal reform, labor policy and tax issues will continue to be a top priority in Congress.
Once the political climate in Washington changes following the election, AGC will call upon our 33,000 members to mobilize and deliver the message to Capitol Hill that infrastructure investment is needed. AGC is recruiting grassroots activists to assist in this effort, and will work with and train local activists to deliver the coordinated industry message locally and in Washington.
To learn more about how you can assist with AGC’s advocacy effort or to volunteer to become a grassroots activist, contact Jim Young at (202)547-0133 or email@example.com.
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