Protect America’s Workforce Chairman’s Challenge: Kansas City Chapter Meets Rep. Yoder

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  • Authorize Innovative Composite Plans to Reform the Multiemployer Pension System

Labor

  • Oppose Efforts to Repeal, Suspend or Modify the Davis-Bacon Act
  • Oppose Limitations on the Use of Project Labor Agreements
  • Prevent the Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors

Workforce Development

  • Encourage Career Development in the Electrical Construction Industry Through Existing Private Sector Apprenticeship Training Programs 

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Chairman’s Challenge: Kansas City Chapter Meets Rep. Yoder

by Jessica Cardenas | Nov 01, 2018

Three men in suites smiling for camera

On October 30, 2018, Kansas City Chapter’s Don Laffoon of Electrical Corporation of America, Inc. attended an event for Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-KS) with Speaker Paul Ryan as the special guest.

Pictured from left to right are Speaker Ryan, Don Laffoon, and Rep. Yoder.