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Jessica Johnson Bennett

Jessica Johnson Bennett was the Director of Government Affairs for MCAA. She has an extensive background in public affairs and government relations. Her expertise in strategic planning, PAC management and operations help on key policy issues.

55 articles by Jessica Johnson Bennett:

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Newly Revised Regulation: No-Match Letters

Newly Revised Regulation: No-Match Letters

On Wednesday, March 26th, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a Supplemental Proposed Rulemaking for the No-Match Rule previously issued on August 15, 2007. Full story

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Economic Growth Package Includes Small Business Incentives

Economic Growth Package Includes Small Business Incentives

The House of Representatives recently passed the bi-partisan economic stimulus package, a compromise between President Bush, his administration and House leadership. Full story

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New Year, New Regulation Still Looming

New Year, New Regulation Still Looming

Recently, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) abandoned its attempt to enforce the original proposed no-match rule that would have used social security records for immigration enforcement. Full story

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Regulatory Alert: New I-9 Form & Procedure

Regulatory Alert: New I-9 Form & Procedure

As many of you are probably aware the Federal Government issued a new procedure and form I-9 for the purposes of hiring new employees. Full story

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Regulation Reality

Regulation Reality

Members of Congress in both the House and Senate have introduced numerous pieces of legislation regarding OSHA and its practices. The prospect of new regulations on worker safety is very real. Full story

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No-Match Letters Bad for Business

No-Match Letters Bad for Business

On Aug. 15, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a final rule related to correspondence that employers receive from the Social Security Administration (SSA), known as "no-match" letters. Full story

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Regulatory Alert - New Federal Regulation

Regulatory Alert - New Federal Regulation

On August 15th 2007, the Department of Homeland Security published a final rule related to so-called no match letters employers receive from the Social Security Administration. Full story

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Personal Protective Equipment - What is the Cost?

Personal Protective Equipment - What is the Cost?

In April, Democrats introduced legislation that would require OSHA to issue a Personal Protective Equipment standard within six months of passage. Full story

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Immigration Reform Update

Immigration Reform Update

Efforts to pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform failed again recently. However, Immigration continues to be the subject of state legislation and Federal Agency Actions. Full story

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Another Successful Legislative Conference

Another Successful Legislative Conference

In May, the Mason Contractors Association of America joined with other masonry industry associations to host the second annual Masonry Industry Legislative Conference. Full story

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OSHA Reform: Does It Hurt or Help Mason Contractors?

OSHA Reform: Does It Hurt or Help Mason Contractors?

Since the climate in Washington, D.C., has changed dramatically with the Democrats regaining power, we may finally see OSHA reform legislation move through Congress. Full story

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Immigration Legislation Update

Immigration Legislation Update

As being reported by the media, last night, the Senate voted 45-50 against a motion for cloture, for the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Legislation. Full story

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Legislative Alert - Immigration

Legislative Alert - Immigration

On Thursday, last week, both Democrat and Republican Senators held a press conference to announce a new bi-partisan deal on Immigration Reform. Full story

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2007 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference Wrap-up

2007 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference Wrap-up

Mason contractors, brick and block manufacturers, and stone quarriers gathered in our Nation’s Capitol, to promote industry-friendly reform and legislation. Full story

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Congress Pushes Worker Protective OSHA Reform

Congress Pushes Worker Protective OSHA Reform

Congress has changed a great deal since January. One of the top priorities for the Democratic Congress is a focus on workers’ rights, which includes OSHA Reform. Full story

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Big Win for Labor May Never See the Light of Day

Big Win for Labor May Never See the Light of Day

On March 1, 2007, the House passed The Employee Free Choice Act of 2007. The victory in the House may well be the only win this piece of legislative will see. Full story

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MCAA Testifies Before Congress

MCAA Testifies Before Congress

Recently, on March 27th Cliff Horn, President of A. Horn Inc. testified on behalf of MCAA in front a House Education and Labor subcommittee. Full story

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2007 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference

2007 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference

Decisions that affect your company's bottom line are being made every day in the halls of Congress. MCAA will again co-host the 3rd Annual Legislative Conference with other industry associations. Full story

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Minimum Wage Fight is Far From Over

Minimum Wage Fight is Far From Over

For the first time in over a decade, Congress has voted to increase the minimum wage, but the fight isn't over for Democrats. Full story

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New Congress, New Ideas

New Congress, New Ideas

The 110th Congress convened last month, creating several historical precedents at the same time. Full story



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