Political Outlook 2008
You should care because the president will choose the regulators who implement the laws affecting the construction materials industry through the federal rulemaking process.
You should care because construction materials are your business, and they are base materials essential to America’s surface transportation infrastructure and the way of life we enjoy.
Be involved. Be heard. Be a participant in developing and negotiating the laws that govern the aggregates industry and not a spectator. Spectators have only themselves to blame for undesirable outcomes.
Yes, the road ahead is uncharted, but the flashing signs blinking “Caution,” “Yield,” “Go,” “Stop” and “Slow — Uneven Pavement Ahead” are clearly visible.
“DCCC Outpaces NRCC on Quality Candidates,” David Drucker, Roll Call Preview, Nov. 5, 2007
“Heir Unapparent,” Carl M. Cannon, The National Journal, Sept. 29, 2007
“Poll Finds Americans Pessimistic, Want Change,” Dan Balz and Jon Cohen, The Washington Post, Nov. 4, 2007
“Republican Nomination Most Open in Decades,” Jon Cohen and Dan Balz, The Washington Post, Nov. 5, 2007
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