Johnson-Bennett Visits Raleigh Chapter of NCMCA
MCAA Washington lobbyist Jessica Johnson-Bennett visited the Raleigh Chapter of the North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association for the chapter's monthly meeting in September. Johnson-Bennett spoke to the chapter about her concerns about new regulations from the Department of Homeland Security concerning Social Security Administration "no-match" letters and other immigration issues presently on Capitol Hill. The NCMCA members pictured provided a combined MAC PAC contribution of $1,450 at the conclusion of her presentation.
Shown left to right are Danks Burton, Pinnacle Masonry; Frank Werner, Adams Products/Oldcastle; Melvin Hinton, Bat Masonry; Chapter President Ron Williams, CityLink Construction; Doug Burton, Whitman Masonry; Johnson-Bennett; Mike Simmons, LPS Enterprises; Gary Joyner, Joyner Masonry Works; Smitty Smith, William E. Smith Masonry; Calvin Brodie, Brodie Contractors; and Shannon Simmons, LPS Enterprises.
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