Infrastructure was back on the front burner in Washington, D.C. in April, with Congressional Fly-Ins for […]
NPCA took its pro-precast message to Capitol Hill this week during the 2nd Annual Cement and […]
Note: This is the second of four blogs that examine key issues in Congress that would […]
While it was buried in the middle of a long laundry list of proposals, President Obama’s […]
As we approach this country’s 236th Independence Day, I’m feeling pretty proud. As a hands-on precaster […]
It’s anything but typical. The economy has been in recovery in the United States since June […]
If you’ve ever had a close encounter with a deer, it likely occurred at twilight or […]
By Ty Gable President, National Precast Concrete Association Some years ago on a trip through Memphis, I […]
NPCA chairman of the Board and president/CEO of Wilbert Precast Inc. Dan Houk shares his opinion on the goals of the new Congress, including freeing up the small businesses to create jobs by passing a budget and transportation bill and removing unnecessary health care burdens.
I’m a firm believer that Congress usually does things “to” us and not “for” us, but there was a notable exception before the gang of 535 cleared out of the District. They passed a $42 billion package of loan expansions and tax breaks for small businesses.