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Posts Tagged ‘Keystone XL Pipeline’

Is a perfect storm looming in the U.S.?

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
Construction Zone

…a huge problem is looming. Construction and engineering firms are already loudly proclaiming that they cannot find enough workers. There is a critical shortage of trained construction workers throughout the U.S. and Trump’s immigration policies will deplete the inadequate pool of workers significantly.

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Update: Hopes for a Compromise on the Highway Bill Are Fading

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

Innovation NewsBriefsVol. 23 No. 20 A recent story in the Wall Street Journal shed some light on why  discussions on the 15-month bill (July 2012 -through September 2013) have ground to a halt and why the prospect of reaching agreement on the  bill by June 30 — or  during the remainder of the current congressional […]

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Hopes for a Compromise on the Highway Bill Are Fading

Monday, June 18th, 2012

Innovation NewsBriefsVol. 23, No. 20 A story in the June 14 edition of the Wall Street Journal explains why  discussions on the highway bill have ground to a near-halt and why the prospect of reaching agreement on the 15-month bill by June 30 — or indeed during the remainder of the current congressional session —appears […]

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What USDOT Wants In – and Out of – a Final Transportation Bill

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Transportation Issues Daily USDOT has officially expressed what it wants in and out of a final federal transportation bill. Instead of beginning with what the Administration supports, the letter begins with what it dislikes.  First up is the threat to veto the transportation bill if it includes the Keystone XL language. Next up is opposition to […]

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Getting to Know the Finer Details of the Senate Highway Bill

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Innovation NewsBriefs
Vol. 23, No. 15
As Rep. DeFazio observed, getting to know the finer details of the Senate highway bill (MAP-21, S. 1813) has taken on new significance now that a House-Senate conference negotiation on the reauthorization measure has become a reality. Understanding the Senate bill is important because the Senate measure is likely to become the basis of any final bill.

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