Contractors educate Congress on workforce development

Contractors educate Congress on workforce development

Reid Wilson, Chief political correspondent and Congress editor for Morning Consult, shared political insights about this presidential election year—what he called “The Disruption Election.” PHCC members heard from a member of the U.S. Senate and a member of the House of Representatives who focused on trending issues like the presidential election, workforce development and globalization.

WASHINGTON — About 130 plumbing-heating-cooling contractors made the rounds on Capitol Hill in mid-May, asking members of Congress for more money for the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act and to scold the Department of Labor over new overtime rules.

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