Week in Review: Rep. Rahall introduces pro-manufacturing bill; Manufacturing employment lags; BART adopts Buy America; and More
The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) applauds Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV) this week for introducing the Invest in American Jobs Act; a bill to create manufacturing jobs through infrastructure investment that sounds like a page straight out of the AAM playbook.
AAM held a town hall meeting in Houston, Texas this week to discuss the state’s manufacturing industry. Check out our coverage.
Good news for San Francisco: Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) is keeping their new “Fleet of the Future” rail cars Made in America.
And finally, for all the dog lovers out there – be careful! Reports say that imported Chinese chicken products in certain dog treats may be making your animals sick.
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