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Did you know that AGC provides members an affordable (no cost!) retirement plan benefit that will help retain your current employees and attract new ones? The AGC plan offers diversified
The Oregon Legislature just completed work on HB 4034, a bill that will amend Oregon’s prompt pay statute. AGC actively supported this bill for a variety of reasons. This blog
February 14 marked an important day on the 2012 legislative calendar. In most cases, any bills that did not come out of policy committees in their chamber of origin died.
Lee Fehrenbacher, a reporter from the Daily Journal of Commerce sat down a few days ago with 2012 AGC Board President Jim McKune of Emerick Construction Co. to discuss the
Yesterday, the Senate confirmed David Andersen, president of Andersen Construction Company, Inc. and AGC past president from 2001, to the Workers’ Compensation Division’s Management Labor Advisory Committee. Once David Andersen
The AGC Board of Directors has voted to submit a “friend of the court” brief to the Oregon Court of Appeals in a lawsuit questioning whether insurance carriers or contractors
In a show of bipartisanship, the Senate voted 85-11 to invoke cloture on its two-year, $109 billion surface transportation legislation. This places a time limit on consideration of the bill
DJC: Portland Water Bureau attempting to cool Bull Run River.
In a recent blog post at oregonbusiness.com, Oregon economist Bill Conerly analyzes the state of the real estate sector. His conclusion: the past isn’t necessarily prologue. In past economic