Make Your Voice Heard During the August Recess

By August 4, 2011General

August has just begun and after completing a deal on raising the debt ceiling Congress has officially left town for the next five weeks. However, our work is not finished.

After leading the economic recovery manufacturers have seen evidence over the past few weeks that the recovery is stalling and manufacturing growth is slowing. Manufacturers need policies from Washington now that will help us create jobs.

Specifically, Congress left town without addressing three free trade agreements, overregulation and tax policy, which just leads to more uncertainty for manufacturers. Please click here to tell Congress that these important issues will have a deep impact on manufacturers, jobs and our nation’s economy.

We ask you to join our August recess campaign to tell Congress that Manufacturing Means Jobs! Will you visit to join the campaign and find more information on how you can get involved?

Ned Monroe is senior vice president of external relations, National Association of Manufacturers.

Ned Monroe

Ned Monroe

Senior Vice President at National Association of Manufacturers
Ned Monroe is senior vice president of external relations for the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). Mr. Monroe oversees public affairs activities including grassroots engagement, issue advocacy and election programs. His team also handles NAM’s allied organizations, affiliated state associations and meetings management. The NAM is the nation's largest industrial trade association, representing more than 14,000 manufacturers in every industrial sector and in all 50 states. Our mission is to be the voice of all manufacturing in the United States and inform policymakers about manufacturing's vital role in the U.S. economy.
Ned Monroe

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