It might be tough to say, but a large majority of Representatives in the Missouri House think the Big Government Get Off My Back Act works just fine. The legislation, sponsored by Speaker Pro Tem Rep. Denny Hoskins (R-Warrensburg) this week won extension through 2022 when the House gave final passage by a margin of… Read More House passes renewal of “Big Government Get Off My Back Act”
AIM president Ray McCarty had the opportunity earlier this week to address some of the nation’s best young leaders at AIM headquarters in Jefferson City. McCarty met with a group of about 20 Coro Fellows from around the country enrolled in a unique leadership training program. Each year, 300-400 young people go through Coro training.… Read More McCarty addresses Coro Fellows
As the March 17 comment deadline on the proposed ozone regulation rapidly approaches, the NAM’s latest analysis reveals the devastating impact the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) action will have on all manufacturers—and all Americans. With an estimated cost to the economy of $140 billion per year, the regulation would tank the economy. “This data confirms… Read More NAM: Proposed ozone standard will cost $140 billion per year, new NAM study finds
All the prep work has been done…and the all new Ford F-150 is about to start rolling off the assembly lines at Claycomo. About 3,800 employees at the plant have been participating in training designed to help the workers learn the ins and outs of the newly redesigned vehicle. Ford recently announced that the Claycomo plant… Read More Ford Claycomo workers preparing for new F-150 launch in March
AIM Circle of Elite Organizations member Enterprise expands its operations in Europe. You can read the article from the St. Louis Post Dispatch by clicking here.
The Missouri Senate Wednesday morning gave first round approval to legislation allowing individual taxpayers to get back overpaid tax money that’s rightfully theirs and clarifying all corporations may use a new method of dividing income between states that was passed in 2013. Both bills were sponsored by Senator Will Kraus (R-Lee’s Summit). Senate Bill 19… Read More Senate gives initial approval to two pro-taxpayer bills
The Denver Post (2/20, Board) editorial board expresses approval that President Obama has finally seemed to get serious about resolving the West Coast port labor dispute, and hopes that Labor Secretary Thomas Perez and Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker can help broker a deal between the dock workers and the shippers. The Post states that US… Read More NAM: President gets serious about West Coast ports