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Senator reintroduces legislation to support U.S. shipbuilders â€śFor decades in Wisconsin, weâ€™ve worked to make things: paper, engines, tools and ships. These manufacturing jobs have created shared prosperity for generations and strengthened the economic security of hard-working families across our state,â€ť Sen. Baldwin said in a prepared statement. â€śStrong Buy American standards drive local economic growth and create good paying jobs that support Wisconsin families. And because American workers are the best in the world, these standards also ensure that the federal government, including our military, purchases the highest quality ships and parts needed to carry out its various missions. The Made in America Shipbuilding Act is about doing right by workers in Wisconsin and across the country, and I am urging my Senate colleagues to support this legislation.â€ť
Detroit plant completely reconfigured in a $2.2 billion renovation to only make EVs GM has converted and renamed its Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center into the automaker's new sustainable flagship electric vehicle manufacturing plant, Factory Zero. Factory Zero will supply over 2,200 jobs when the plant is finished and running. General Motors invested $2.2 billion into the plant, the most the automaker has ever invested into an assembly center.
BAMW: The U.S. must beat China one, if by land, and two, if by space We are already in danger of witnessing China's surpassing the United States in critical areas economically, technologically, and militarily.Â Fortunately, Senator Cory Gardener (R-CO) has proposed two amendments to a NASA appropriations bill, which would make it easier for us to determine if agency contractors are linked to Chinese companies. After all, Chinese companies and Chinese communism are one and the same. Despite contrary arguments by the communist party, Chinese companies cannot operate independently from the state.
LETTER: Pandemic proves the wisdom of Buy American It can be hoped that everyone will remember the origin of COVID-19 when they next go to purchase goods. Trying to save a dollar at the discount outlet will not send a message to those controlling the country that loosed COVID-19 and some of the previous outbreaks on the world. No matter the political persuasion involved, right now is an unusually excellent time for everyone to â€śBuy American.â€ť
Navigating the new 'buy American' drug landscape: opportunities for some, pitfalls for others There is no question that companies that manufacture drugs and medical devices domestically stand to benefit under the executive order. Yet the order may have hidden consequences, perhaps unintended, that offer significant opportunities for companies that manufacture overseas. It also may create new risks for domestic manufacturers that supply drugs and devices in national procurements or tenders issued by foreign governments.
BAMW: American action alert: Sign the petition to help our farmers and ranchers! The United States economy suffers a $13.6 billion annual loss to its largest sector of American agriculture: the U.S. cattle industry. Because of this injustice, I am inviting every American to join a national grassroots campaign to raise awareness for immediate legislative or executive action to reinstate M-COOL for beef to support Americaâ€™s hardworking cattle farmers and ranchers.
U.S. Department of the Interior to Use U.S. Manufactured Drones Yesterday, Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt sent a memo to Department leadership specifying that leadership may purchase approved U.S. manufactured solutions. â€śThe memo outlines clearance to buy American-made small unmanned aircraft systems (referred to as Blue sUAS), where there are needs to do so in the field for fighting wildland fires, conducting search and rescue operations, completing training exercises and more,â€ť says a DOI release.Â
The U.S. needs to support American-made medicines In a recent op-ed, FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn and Deputy Commissioner Anand Shah wrote that the pandemic has highlighted the vulnerability of our medical supply chains like never before, and there seems to be an upsurge in bipartisan support for policies to encourage American-made medicines.
Buying "Made in China" May Support Slave Labor The Global Slavery [Index] published by the Minderoo Foundation â€śestimates that on any given day in 2016 there were over 3.8 million people living in conditions of modern slavery in China, a prevalence of 2.8 victims for every thousand people in the country. This estimate does not include figures on organ traffickingâ€¦Much of its rapid economic development has been the result of a domestic economy specialising in the production of labour-intensive, cheap goods for export.
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