Texas Association Of Manufacturers’ Top 10 Policy Priorities

  • Release Date: November 11, 2014

Austin - The Texas Association of Manufacturers has released its “TAM Top Ten,” which details the association’s policy priorities for next year.

“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. “Texas is the #1 state for exported manufactured goods. Texas is the #1 state to do business. We look forward to working with Texas lawmakers to keep Texas on top.”

TAM’s Top Ten policy priorities include:

  • Capacity Markets
  • Environmental Litigation
  • Environmental Permitting
  • EPA’s Carbon Rule
  • ExIm Bank
  • Franchise Tax
  • Property Tax Reform
  • Transportation Issues
  • Water Policy
  • Workforce Issues

To download PDFs of TAM’s policy positions, click the links below.

Media contact: Gretchen Fox, gfox@gfoxconsulting.com, 512-694-4326