Across the country Manufacturers’ record-high optimism reported in the first quarter has carried into the second quarter of this year, marking the highest two-quarter average, of 91.4 percent, for manufacturing optimism in the NAM survey’s 20-year history. In addition, 80 percent of manufacturers say the president’s actions on regulations are headed in the right direction, with more than half of respondents saying those actions will allow them to expand operations, increase investment and add more workers. Read the most recent NAM Manufacturers Outlook Survey HERE.
NMBC’s work against overzealous EPA rules; issues now moving in the right direction: In 2015, when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pushed forward with job killing ozone rules, NMBC was on a national press call and worked with NAM to oppose the rules. NMBC also worked to educate New Mexicans about the negative impact the EPA rules would have on oil and gas operations and other industries in the state. The good news is the U.S. House recently passed a bill delaying implementation of the Obama-era rules. Similar legislation is advancing in the Senate and expected to pass with majority support. NMBC gladly fights for businesses that are impacted by overzealous government regulations and work hard to save and grow precious jobs that New Mexicans need. Since 2009 – it’s what we do! Read more HERE.
Nominate a HERO to be recognized at the 2017 NMBC Heroes Banquet on Sept 8: If you know a First Responder, Elected Official, Appointed Official, Business Leader, Community Leader, or Young Leader who deserves to be recognized as an NMBC Hero, download the Hero nomination form HERE and email the completed form to: email@example.com no later than August 4.
Special Thanks to our event Host: Hyatt Regency Albuquerque and these sponsors: Narrow Gate Security Agency, Applied Technology Associates, U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union, AUI, Inc., Andy’s Painting, Aragon Moss Law, LLP., GAAR/CARNM, Cliff’s Amusement Park, New Mexico Restaurant Association, Associated Contractors of New Mexico, Farm Credit of New Mexico, Platinum Builders and Sandia Lab Federal Credit Union
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