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Biden Fiscal 2022 Budget Framework Has Climate, Infrastructure Focus

Biden Fiscal 2022 Budget Framework Has Climate, Infrastructure Focus

President Joe Biden has proposed a $1.5-trillion budget framework for fiscal 2022 that would emphasize infrastructure, efforts to combat global warming 

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One Big Chinese Lesson for America’s Infrastructure Plan

One Big Chinese Lesson for America’s Infrastructure Plan

It’s not just about laying down tracks for superfast trains. It’s about letting the public sector benefit from increasing land values.

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Quiet airports could yield high-volume opportunities

Quiet airports could yield high-volume opportunities

Quiet airports could yield high-volume opportunities

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Construction Likes President's Spending Plan, Not Tax Hike

Construction Likes President's Spending Plan, Not Tax Hike

Construction groups and congressional Democrats are praising President Joe Biden’s $2-trillion jobs proposal for its massive infrastructure spending. But contractor groups and Republicans are criticizing its recommended “pay-for”—an increase in the corporate tax rate. 

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A new way to fight blight

A new way to fight blight

Local dilapidated properties and municipalities could benefit from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) brownfield land program

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United States: The Joint Employer Rule Continues To Develop

United States: The Joint Employer Rule Continues To Develop

The Department of Labor (DOL) proposed rescinding the joint employer rule the Trump administration's DOL issued in January 2020

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Construction Industry Association’s React to $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

Construction Industry Association’s React to $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

On March 31, President Biden unveiled The American Jobs Plan, a $2 trillion infrastructure plan aimed at creating jobs and rebuilding the country’s infrastructure.

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Biden DOL Seeks to Overturn Employer-Friendly Final Rules on Independent Contractor and Joint Employment Status

Biden DOL Seeks to Overturn Employer-Friendly Final Rules on Independent Contractor and Joint Employment Status

The U.S. Department of Labor has announced its intention to withdraw its recently-issued regulations on independent contractor status and to rescind its joint employment regulation

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Out-of-State Employees - Implications for Business

Out-of-State Employees - Implications for Business

Among the many changes to “business as usual” forced upon businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic is the reality of more employees working from home. 

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Senate confirms former union leader Marty Walsh as labor secretary

Senate confirms former union leader Marty Walsh as labor secretary

In a 68-29 vote Monday, the U.S. Senate confirmed former Boston Mayor Martin Walsh as secretary of labor. 

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