AAM Closes its National Tour in Wausau, WI
The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) brings its "Keep it Made in America" town hall tour to its final stop tonight in Wausau, WI.
In the Wausau Daily Herald, reporter Jake Miller previewed the town hall. Miller says the town hall meeting will "attempt to shed light on the importance of manufacturing to the local economy and allow attendees to question candidates and business leaders."
Miller also quotes AAM Executive Director Scott Paul on the key themes of the event: "We're going to make the argument that it's not inevitable that these jobs have to disappear. There are things that can be done in the private sector, but also at the government level."
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