The time to engage in the legislative and political arenas has never been more critical. Now that the 116th Congress is back at work, along with new government leaders in state capitals and courts across the country, AGC efforts to protect the construction industry and expand investments begin anew.
Believing in the importance and effectiveness of The Construction Advocacy Fund, the AGC of Texas has pledged to contribute $250,000 if the Fund can raise an equivalent amount.
Trey Pebley, President of the AGC of Texas, said, “The Fund is on the front line providing critical support to promote construction priorities like improving the workforce pipeline, implement grassroots programs that increase the association’s political power, and sustain legal fights that enhance AGC members’ ability to prosper.” He added, “The AGC of Texas wants to do its part to help make the Fund even stronger. It’s a win-win for our members and AGC.”
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