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With No Federal Infrastructure Spending Plan, Construction Stocks Drop

Construction stocks are losing money as President Trump's $1 trillion infrastructure spending plans could be pushed back to 2018. Although Trump promised to get the money early is his first year as president, he has now said that he will try to get a bill through Congress at the end of this year, but Bloomberg Markets reported that 2018 is looking more likely....


PA Sen. Urges Debt-Funded Infrastructure During Meeting With Volvo Workers

U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) visited the Volvo Construction Equipment plant in Shippensburg, Pa., Aug. 23, as part of an effort to push pro-manufacturing and infrastructure policies, one of Washington's few topics that generally garners bipartisan support....


Associated Builders and Contractors Ask Congress to Expand Construction Apprenticeship Programs

Michael Bennett, vice president of the Cianbro Cos., Pittsfield, Maine, told Congress that industry-driven construction apprenticeship programs should play a bigger role in government efforts to close the workforce/skills gap that has left 500,000 construction jobs unfilled in the United States today....


Fargo-Moorhead Update: Court Hears Opponents' Case

Opponents of the Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion appeared in federal court in St. Paul on Tuesday, July 18, to ask a judge to stop all work on the $2.2 billion project, particularly construction of a controversial dam that would span the Red River....






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