A recent letter signed by dozens of U.S. Senators and Representatives called on Congress to retroactively repeal last year’s Net Operating Loss (NOL) relief enacted in the CARES Act. This ill-advised effort would result in a massive, retroactive tax hike on thousands of businesses who, by definition, have suffered losses in recent years and need help during the pandemic. It should be rejected by the both the House and the Senate.
Coalition Urges House Transporation & Infrastructure Committee Not to Increase Minimum Liability Coverage for Motor Carriers
As the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure develops the next surface transportation reauthorization bill, our organizations strongly discourage you from including any increase in the existing minimum liability coverage for motor carriers.
NSSGA, as part of the Opportunity America Jobs and Careers Coalition, sent a letter to express support for apprenticeship but also concern about the draft of the National Apprenticeship Act that is currently moving through the House. Specifically, the group shared concerns about the scope of training the legislation authorizes and what it sees as onerous reporting requirements, among other issues.
NSSGA welcomes the Commerce Committee’s confirmation hearing for Mayor Pete Buttigieg as the next Secretary of the Department of Transportation (DOT). The association states it is reassuring that a pivotal cabinet position as significant as this one is given the consideration and urgency to move through Congress and help the Biden Administration begin the task of leading our Nation’s infrastructure and transportation policies.
On behalf of the 400 members of the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association I would like to take this opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to continue working with you and your colleagues across the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) to promote miner safety.
The 400-member companies NSSGA represents, and the industries who support our aggregate materials, welcome the bi-partisan negotiations that have resulted in the continuation of a two-year reauthorization of critical waterway infrastructure projects.
The undersigned organizations represent small businesses in every sector of the economy, and we urge swift action this Congress to support America’s small businesses with much needed additional relief. Our small business members are desperately struggling to survive the COVID19 pandemic and are facing an uncertain winter marketplace.
Federal investment in infrastructure is critical to sustaining economic growth and safety improvements while the nation deals with the COVID-19 pandemic. The 32 national associations and construction trade unions of the Transportation Construction Coalition (TCC) strongly urge completion of a final fiscal year (FY) 2021 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies (THUD) appropriations law before the current continuing resolution ends on Dec. 11.
We, the undersigned associations representing thousands of banks, credit unions, financial institutions, nonprofits and businesses of all sizes that serve America’s consumers, write to urge you to immediately address the overburdensome Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) forgiveness process before the end of the year.
The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA), is pleased to submit these comments on the Army Corps (Corps) of Engineers’ proposal to reissue and modify nationwide permits (NWPs). NSSGA supports this reissuance, particularly the removal of the 300 ft linear stream loss from NWP 44, but continues to urge a specific NWP for aggregates mining.