AED: With Elections Over, It’s Time to Get to Work

AED says the people have spoken - and they want Congress to act on fixing the highway program.

Fri November 14, 2014 - National Edition
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AED says the people have spoken - and they want Congress to act on fixing the highway program.
AED says the people have spoken - and they want Congress to act on fixing the highway program.

Associated Equipment Distributors President and CEO Brian McGuire issued the following statement in response to the results of the 2014 midterm elections:

“[The November 4] election results hopefully send a strong message to both the president and the members of the House and Senate: Americans are looking for Congress and the president to get things done — things like fixing the federal highway program, creating a tax environment that encourages investment and allows businesses to grow and hire employees. It is time to begin construction of the Keystone pipeline and adopt a comprehensive infrastructure program.

“AED stands ready to help Congress and the president move forward on these and the other important issues before the nation.”




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