A Vision for the Future on Infrastructure

The United States has the opportunity to improve the lives of its citizens and create millions of jobs by making the robust, public investments in our infrastructure. There are examples all around the country of infrastructure that is crumbling and needs
to be rebuilt, whether it is our highways, bridges, transit, airports, high-speed rail, waterways, ports, public schools or harbors. We also need serious investment in drinking water and wastewater systems, as well as energy and telecommunication projects.
By broadening the scope of investments, we can address every facet of Americans’ lives.

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Cosponsor HR547 – National Infrastructure Bank

According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, the United States must invest $3.6 trillion by 2020 to bring U.S. infrastructure up to a state of good repair.  Moreover, in order to compete in a globalized economy, the United States must make long-term
pro-growth investments in our transportation, energy, environmental and telecommunications infrastructure.

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Sign Letter Supporting a National Infrastructure Development Bank

The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that the United States must invest $4.69 trillion by 2025 to bring U.S. infrastructure up to a state of good repair.
The report card’s D+ rating demonstrates the immense work we must undertake to repair our roads, bridges, railways, airports, water systems, and more.

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SUPPORT A NATIONAL STANDARD ON PAID SICK DAYS

The United States is currently experiencing one of the worst flu epidemics in recent history. In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that the flu was widespread in every state in the continental U.S., the first year that this
has happened in the thirteen years that the CDC has used its current flu-tracking system.[i]

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Support A National Infrastructure Bank: Cosponsor HR 547

According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, the United States must invest $3.6 trillion by 2020 to bring U.S. infrastructure up to a state of good repair.  Moreover, in order to compete in a globalized economy, the United States must make long-term
pro-growth investments in our transportation, energy, environmental and telecommunications infrastructure.

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Apprenticeship Panel Discussion TODAY: Best Apprenticeship Practices for a 21st Century Workforce

We invite you to join our panel discussion, “Best Apprenticeship Practices for a 21st Century Workforce” on Thursday, January 18 from Noon until 1pm in Rayburn 2358-C. The purpose of the discussion is to hear testimony from representatives
of some of the most successful apprenticeship programs across the country.  The panelists will discuss the reasons behind their success, provide lessons for Congress, and offer tips for other programs moving forward.

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TOMORROW: Apprenticeship Panel Discussion

We invite you to join our panel discussion, “Best Apprenticeship Practices for a 21st Century Workforce” on Thursday, January 18 from Noon until 1pm in Rayburn 2358-C. The purpose of the discussion is to hear testimony from representatives
of some of the most successful apprenticeship programs across the country.  The panelists will discuss the reasons behind their success, provide lessons for Congress, and offer tips for other programs moving forward.

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Apprenticeship Panel Discussion TODAY: Best Apprenticeship Practices for a 21st Century Workforce

We invite you to join our panel discussion, “Best Apprenticeship Practices for a 21st Century Workforce” on Thursday, January 18 from Noon until 1pm in Rayburn 2358-C. The purpose of the discussion is to hear testimony from representatives
of some of the most successful apprenticeship programs across the country.  The panelists will discuss the reasons behind their success, provide lessons for Congress, and offer tips for other programs moving forward.

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TOMORROW: Apprenticeship Panel Discussion

We invite you to join our panel discussion, “Best Apprenticeship Practices for a 21st Century Workforce” on Thursday, January 18 from Noon until 1pm in Rayburn 2358-C. The purpose of the discussion is to hear testimony from representatives
of some of the most successful apprenticeship programs across the country.  The panelists will discuss the reasons behind their success, provide lessons for Congress, and offer tips for other programs moving forward.

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Upcoming Panel Discussion: Best Apprenticeship Practices for a 21st Century Workforce

We invite you to join our panel discussion, “Best Apprenticeship Practices for a 21st Century Workforce” on Thursday, January 18 from Noon until 1pm in Rayburn 2358-C. The purpose of the discussion is to hear testimony from representatives
of some of the most successful apprenticeship programs across the country.  The panelists will discuss the reasons behind their success, provide lessons for Congress, and offer tips for other programs moving forward.

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