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Understanding New Beneficial Ownership Reporting

If your construction firm is or has a business entity with 20 or fewer employees or annual gross revenues of $5 million or less, you won’t want to miss this webinar on tricky new beneficial ownership reporting requirements with criminal and civil penalties for failure to comply.

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Federal Contractors Conference

Register today for the premier conference for federal construction contractors to discuss the latest projects, policies, and contracting issues facing the industry with federal agencies.

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Overtime Pay Flexibility Act

AGC-backed legislation would block a pending U.S. DOL overtime regulation increasing the overtime threshold by nearly 70 percent, from $35,568 to $60,209.

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Repeal Independent Contractor Rule

AGC urges support for Congressional effort to repeal the U.S. DOL’s independent contractor regulation under the Fair Labor Standards Act that threatens legitimate independent contractor relationships in the construction industry.

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AGC Questions Apprenticeship Proposal

A U.S. DOL proposed rule could limit expansion of and participation in registered apprenticeship programs amid a time of workforce shortages.

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AGC/FMI Risk Survey Results

According to the 2024 AGC/FMI report, subcontractor default is an alarmingly trending risk, among others.

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Court Dismisses AGC’s Government-Mandated PLA Lawsuit

A federal judge in Louisiana dismissed on procedural grounds AGC of America’s Construction Advocacy Fund-financed lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s government mandated PLA regulation.

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Don’t Let U.S. DOT Divert Road Funding

The U.S. Senate is poised to vote next week on AGC-backed legislation repealing a FHWA greenhouse gas performance measure that would divert road and bridge construction funding to non-construction initiatives. 

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OSHA Heat Standard Coming. . .

OSHA is expected to unveil its long anticipated heat injury and illness prevention proposed standard in late April.

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AGC Lawsuit Stops NLRB Joint-Employer Rule

A federal judge agreed with AGC of America’s Construction Advocacy Fund-financed lawsuit, striking down the NLRB’s joint employer regulation that threatened to undermine general contractor and subcontractor standard business practices.

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