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By Ryan KellyJun 20, 2022

The first comprehensive database of public sector incentives and funds for small to medium-sized manufacturers is now online for those California. Launching in other states soon.

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By Amber ThomasJun 01, 2022

The Biden administration sees the AM Forward initiative as a way to boost 3D printing technology by small and medium-sized manufacturers and a path to more resilient supply chains, increased U.S. competitiveness, and good-paying jobs.

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By Amber ThomasApr 20, 2022

The EXIM launched the Make More in America Initiative. This program provides domestic financing tools to help American manufacturers gain new access to capital to fill critical supply chain gaps.

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By Amber ThomasMar 15, 2022

Plenty is happening in the nation’s capital on the domestic and international fronts. Of course, that’s always the case in election years with lawmakers jockeying for voters’ attention, but the war in Ukraine adds new urgency to many initiatives.

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By Amber ThomasFeb 21, 2022

There's a lot at stake this November, not only for the candidates but for their constituents in the manufacturing industry.

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By Amber ThomasFeb 10, 2022

AMT recently updated its Manufacturing Mandate, which outlines our legislative and policy recommendations to strengthen U.S. manufacturing. AMT uses this document in discussions with government officials and staff ...

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By Amber ThomasJan 25, 2022

On Jan. 25, AMT joined more than 100 organizations in a letter to Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh urging the Department of Labor (DOL) to hold stakeholder meetings before the development and issuance of its anticipated proposed rulemaking ...

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By Amber ThomasJan 17, 2022

Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that OSHA has no legal authority to enforce the Biden administration’s vaccine order for private businesses with 100 or more employees. Earlier this month, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the stay ...

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By Amber ThomasDec 15, 2021

What would it take to level the playing field for American manufacturers and make the United States the best place in the world to do business? 

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By Amber ThomasDec 08, 2021

Updated Dec. 8: This week, a federal court judge in Georgia temporarily halted the vaccine mandate for federal contractors nationwide until several challenges to the order play out in court.

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