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Employers looking for qualified employees have free and direct access to thousands of unemployed National Guard members and military veterans through the American Jobs for America’s Heroes alliance. With more than 60,000 unemployed National Guard members nationally, this is a huge resource for employers looking for skilled, experienced and reliable employees. Register now for posting jobs at no cost. Read More...

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The conflict between the ethanol industry and the oil and gas sector ratcheted up this week when the Renewable Fuels Association asked EPA, DOE, USDA and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to launch a multi-agency investigation into "the oil industry's highly discriminatory and unlawful conduct . . . that is impeding the delivery of renewable fuels to the American marketplace." Read More...

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The House Energy and Commerce Committee this week released its first in a series of white papers that the committee leaders say will examine a number of issues examining the federal Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS). Read More...

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The Senate on Friday voted 62-37 to approve the proposed Keystone XL oil sands pipeline in an amendment to Senate budget. Read More...

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The House Budget Committee late Wednesday approved the latest budget from Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on a party-line 22 to 17 vote. Read More...

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The first budget from Senate Democrats in four years includes nearly $1 trillion in new taxes but would not balance the budget. Read More...

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House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) revealed Monday evening in an opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal that his latest budget plan will cut $4.6 trillion in spending over 10 years. Read More...

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Budget sequestration went into effect late last week, imposing a series of across-the-board spending cuts at federal agencies. As a result of sequestration, agencies will be required to reduce discretionary spending 5% and mandatory spending 5.1% over the course of the fiscal year. Because there are less than seven months remaining in the fiscal year, many programs will be required to cut 9 to 9.5% for the remainder of the year.                 Read More...

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The Congressional Budget Office released last week new cost estimates for the Senate and House Agriculture Committee-passed Farm Bills from 2012 that show significantly less savings that previous estimates. The CBO's updated scores for the legislation show the Senate-passed bill saving $13.1 billion over ten years instead of the $23.1 billion that was estimated last summer.  Similarly, the House Committee bill would save $26.6 billion instead of $35.1 billion. Read More...

NAEDA Column, NAEDA & Association News, Top Stories
By Tom Nobbe

As I begin my term as chairman of the North America Equipment Dealers Association, the question that comes to my mind is, “What do our dealer-members really need from us?” After all, our motto and driving purpose is, “Helping Dealers Succeed.” Read More...

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