Making History

The do-nothing congress has finally done something. And it is actually historic.

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First Look - January 2016

FAST Act Becomes Law - Boxley to Sell - Graymont Plans Plant

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The History Of Civilization Is The History Of Infrastructure

88 LC 150Investing in roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure has always been and remains the best way to build America’s economic, political, military, strategic and social strength, according to a new book by journalist, thought leader and U.S. domestic policy expert James P. Pinkerton.

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Fine Reduced From $8,000 to $800 for Guarding Violation 

A violation of § 56.14105 was upheld as significant and substantial, but was not due to a contractor’s unwarrantable failure to comply with the standard where a guard was partially put back into place with equipment running. MSHA’s proposed fine of $8,000 was reduced to $800.

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