Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) at Good Jobs Green Jobs
The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) attended the third of four Good Jobs Green Jobs (GJGJ) regional conferences this week in Philadelphia, PA. Hundreds of business leaders, community activists, elected officials, and environmental and labor groups came together to discuss ideas for investment in a green 21st Century economy.
AAM Deputy Director Scott Boos moderated a panel discussion, U.S. Manufacturing in the Clean Energy Economy, that focused on how state government can implement and improve Buy America policies.
The next and final GJGJ conference is in Detroit, May 9-11. If you're in the area, come by and stop by AAM's booth to learn more about "Keep It Made in America."
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