The Week in Review: Trick AND treat American-made; House committee hearing; Expo in Wisconsin; and More
Happy Halloween Weekend! Don’t be scared to buy American-made tricks & treats!
This past Tuesday, the House Ways & Means Committee held a hearing on the unbalanced U.S.-China economic relationship. You can read the testimony submitted by Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) Executive Director Scott Paul here.
Ohio – home state of House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) – has been particularly hard-hit by recent declines in manufacturing.
AAM Executive Director Scott Paul spoke at a Manufacturing Expo in Green Bay, Wisconsin, on the importance of manufacturing for America.
Yet another American innovation is going into production… in China.
And finally - the California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority has extended a tax break program for in-state clean energy manufacturers.
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