NC & SC Legislative Updates – February 2020
  NC Updates provided by Connie Wilson, CRMCA NC Lobbyist 2020 North Carolina Legislative Update – February 13 North Carolina’s legislative short session begins on April 28th. Until then, legislators are periodically returning to Raleigh for interim study committees to continue to consider legislation for the short session.  Of importance to the Ready Mixed employers...
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FMCSA Announces Increase on Random Controlled Substances Testing
SUMMARY: The FMCSA announces that it is increasing the minimum annual percentage rate for random controlled substances testing for drivers of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) requiring a commercial driver’s license (CDL) from the current rate of 25 percent of the average number of driver positions to 50 percent of the average number of driver positions,...
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NC/SC LEGISLATIVE UPDATES – JANUARY 2020
NC Updates provided by Connie Wilson, CRMCA NC Lobbyist CRMCA Legislative Update – January 14, 2020 Following the recent Duke Energy coal ash litigation resolution, we’ve been meeting with legislators to provide updates on the beneficiation units. This has also been a good opportunity to raise awareness about issues that may surface over the next...
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CRMCA Wage & Benefit Survey
The 2019 CRMCA Wage & Benefit Questionnaire was released September 26th and all submissions are due by November 25th.  CRMCA strives to give its members the best and most accurate data to help meet the challenges within your business and to do this successfully we need your assistance. Please review the attached questionnaire and forward...
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NRMCA Staff Attends ACI Fall 2019 Convention; Updates Key Committee Activity
NRMCA Staff Attends ACI Fall 2019 Convention; Updates Key Committee Activity  Print this Article | Send to Colleague The American Concrete Institute’s Fall Convention was held earlier this month in Cincinnati; the following is a summary of committee activity involving NRMCA staff representation: 122 – Energy Efficiency of Concrete and Masonry Systems – The committee is progressing with development...
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