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Tag: Michele Stanley

Michele Stanley, vice president of government and regulatory affairs at the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA), took part in a Q&A at the 2022 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference. Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Breaking down the industry’s legislative, regulatory agenda

June 29, 2022By

Michele Stanley provided Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference attendees with an overview of the issues the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association is currently focused on.

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Says FMI Capital Advisors’ Rob Mineo: “Texas is a very attractive place for population growth, and that means a strong demand for construction materials.” Photo: TACA

Texas producers talk infrastructure at TACA meeting

June 21, 2022By

The Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association’s (TACA) Annual Meeting last week explored the expected impact of the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act on the state of Texas.

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Pit & Quarry hosts Roundtable in Georgia

June 8, 2022By

The aggregate industry’s producers, manufacturers and others gathered this week at the 2022 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference outside of Atlanta.

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OSHA unveils new COVID-19 emergency temporary standard

November 5, 2021By

The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association offered a reaction to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

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Second delayed infrastructure vote causing industry angst

November 1, 2021By

Frustration is growing in construction materials industry circles as the U.S. House of Representatives, for a second time, delayed a vote on the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act.

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Producers excluded from COVID-19 emergency temporary standard

June 18, 2021By

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association commended the Department of Labor on its exclusion of the aggregate industry in a COVID-19 emergency temporary standard.

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ROCKS Act included in surface transportation reauthorization bill

May 26, 2021By

The ROCKS Act would establish a working group to study the use of aggregates and recommend practices and policies to ensure continued access to them.

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Sure, New York City traffic is horrible. But eliminating cars from New York City roads and expecting other U.S. cities to adopt the Big Apple's model is quite the stretch. Photo: Bim/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Republicans counter Biden’s infrastructure proposal

April 22, 2021By

A group of Senate Republicans introduced a $568 billion infrastructure plan that would reportedly provide more funding for roads and bridges than President Biden’s $2.3 trillion proposal.

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