Bennett: “As early voting begins, focus on jobs, competitiveness a must.”
The Texas Association of Manufacturers today released its “TAM Top Ten,” which details the Association’s policy priorities for the 2018 interim and the 86th Legislature in 2019.
“Manufacturing is a driving force of our economy and a wide range of policy issues can impact our ability to grow jobs,” said Tony Bennett, president of the Texas Association of Manufacturers. “As early voting begins today, we urge all Texans to find out where their candidates stand on policies that can impact competitiveness and job growth in Texas.”
Bennett noted that Texas is the #1 state for exported manufactured goods and remains the #1 state to do business. “Smart public policy and elected officials who value Texas jobs are equally important to keeping Texas on top,” he said.
TAM’s Top Ten policy priorities include:
For more information on each of the priorities above, please visit www.manufacturetexas.org/resources.
Eligible TAM members can join the TAM Workers’ Comp Safety Group to take advantage of discounted workers’ comp premiums through Texas Mutual Insurance Company (TXM), the #1 provider of workers’ comp insurance in Texas.
Benefits of the program also include the potential to earn two dividends from TXM, as well as access to workplace safety tools designed specifically for the manufacturing industry.