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    Each legislative session, more than 7,000 bills are filed with a possible impact on the states’ construction industry and its employers.


    Legislative & State Agenda for 2015-2016

    The 2015 AGC MA Strategic Plan calls for AGC MA to pro-actively advance the interests of CM’s at the State House. In response, AGC MA has re-tooled its government relations efforts by creating a new AGC MA Legislative Advocacy Committee, chaired by Mike O’Brien of Gilbane.
     

    AGC MA Bills filed for 2015-2016 Legislative Session

    Each legislative session, more than 7,000 bills are filed with a possible impact on the states’ construction industry and its employers. They are filed by legislators on behalf of constituents, by trade groups such as AGC MA, or by the building trades unions.

    AGC MA Lobbyist Patrick Huntington will review the bills and notate any affecting both commercial and public construction, workers compensation, other employer insurance mandates and any other bills impacting construction firms. AGC MA Staff and volunteers will then conduct a more careful analysis of the targeted bills to further synthesize onerous pieces recommending positions to strongly oppose, support, and/or strongly support.

    Summary of AGC MA bills Filed for the 2015-2016 Legislative Session

    Summary of 2015 Bills Filed Affecting the Construction Industry


    AGC MA Political Action Commitee (PAC)

    AGC MA ALSO teams up with Board of Directors to champion a continual, successfulAGC MA Political Action Committee (PAC) campaign.

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