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New Haven Independent
State Rep. Lonnie Reed Kicks Off Campaignsaid to a round of applause. Bringing Bio-Tech to Branford Reed has been inst
State Rep. Lonnie Reed Kicks Off Campaign
New Haven Independent / Posted 4 days ago
said to a round of applause. Bringing Bio-Tech to Branford Reed has been instrumental in bringing biotech companies and associated industries to town and in helping to secure state funding to keep them here. The town is fast becoming a bio-tech... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ogoni Clean-Up Will Bolster Nigeria's Politics - Parkersafety and environmental activities, especially on the part of industries and a
Ogoni Clean-Up Will Bolster Nigeria's Politics - Parker
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
safety and environmental activities, especially on the part of industries and agents of government. We can also create associated industries and sectoral efforts that create sustainable opportunities for our people. This is aimed at conserving... Read more
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Boston Globe
Paid leave would cost $159 per worker, UMass report findsquitting the company fell by 50 percent. “This is one case where it benefits b
Paid leave would cost $159 per worker, UMass report finds
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
quitting the company fell by 50 percent. “This is one case where it benefits both employers and employees,” Albelda said. Associated Industries of Massachusetts, which opposes the paid leave bill, disputes the UMass finding that it would have an... Read more
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Boston Globe
Bill limiting noncompete agreements advances with contentious provisionto basically pay someone for not working. . . . This doesn’t feel right.” Chri
Bill limiting noncompete agreements advances with contentious provision
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
to basically pay someone for not working. . . . This doesn’t feel right.” Chris Geehern, an executive vice president at Associated Industries of Massachusetts, said he remains hopeful a compromise can finally be reached. But he said his group’s... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
House panel voting on bill limiting most non-competes to one yearbut encountered stiff opposition before he left office from the business commun
House panel voting on bill limiting most non-competes to one year
WWLP Springfield / Posted 12 days ago
but encountered stiff opposition before he left office from the business community, including trade groups like Associated Industries of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts High Technology Council. Attempts in the Legislature in 2014 to... Read more
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Boston Herald
DeLeo: Legislature looking for ways to lower energy billsA. DeLeo announced an effort by legislators to significantly reduce energy cost
DeLeo: Legislature looking for ways to lower energy bills
Boston Herald / Posted 14 days ago
A. DeLeo announced an effort by legislators to significantly reduce energy costs for businesses and homeowners during the Associated Industries of Massachusetts’ annual meeting yesterday. “We are folks at a unique moment in time when significant... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Golden: House bill may come in “south” of hydro, wind power requestsit has yet to be determined how hydroelectric generation might be distinguished
Golden: House bill may come in “south” of hydro, wind power requests
WWLP Springfield / Posted 15 days ago
it has yet to be determined how hydroelectric generation might be distinguished from wind in the bill. Speaking to the Associated Industries of Massachusetts’ annual meeting on Friday, DeLeo highlighted competition and low prices, an important... Read more
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Boston Globe
DeLeo seeks to assure businesses on energy costsleadership team is crafting will aim to curb the high costs that companies and
DeLeo seeks to assure businesses on energy costs
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
leadership team is crafting will aim to curb the high costs that companies and consumers face in the state. Addressing the Associated Industries of Massachusetts in Boston at the employer group’s annual meeting, DeLeo didn’t give away any secrets... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Donald Trump's fate in hands of women votersfound 59 percent of white women had an unfavorable view of Trump. • A late Apr
Donald Trump's fate in hands of women voters
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
found 59 percent of white women had an unfavorable view of Trump. • A late April poll for the political arm of the Associated Industries of Florida found 63 percent of women had an unfavorable view of the Manhattan based-real estate... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Peruvian Paso show kicks off Horse Park event seriesallows children to learn about agriculture and livestock production, and develo
Peruvian Paso show kicks off Horse Park event series
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
allows children to learn about agriculture and livestock production, and develop an appreciation an appreciation for the associated industries. The free event is presented by MSU's Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences and the MSU Extension... Read more
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Boston Globe
Stone’s five easy piecesthe top of the list. The federal government expects to decide sometime this sum
Stone’s five easy pieces
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
the top of the list. The federal government expects to decide sometime this summer which US-Cuba routes will be approved. Associated Industries of Massachusetts chief executive Rick Lord , Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce chief executive Jim... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Florida Republicans move slowly toward TrumpIn his first speech of the campaign, Trump called some Mexican immigrants "rapi
Florida Republicans move slowly toward Trump
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
In his first speech of the campaign, Trump called some Mexican immigrants "rapists." A poll released by the business lobby Associated Industries of Florida on Monday shows 87 percent of Hispanics in Florida view Trump unfavorably. The same poll... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Florida Republicans move slowly toward TrumpIn his first speech of the campaign, Trump called some Mexican immigrants "rapi
Florida Republicans move slowly toward Trump
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
In his first speech of the campaign, Trump called some Mexican immigrants "rapists." A poll released by the business lobby Associated Industries of Florida on Monday shows 87 percent of Hispanics in Florida view Trump unfavorably. The same poll... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Mass. employers see mixed signalsto possess a "wait-and-see attitude" about the economy, with mixed economic sig
Mass. employers see mixed signals
Lowell Sun / Posted 24 days ago
to possess a "wait-and-see attitude" about the economy, with mixed economic signals fueling the ambivalence, according to Associated Industries of Massachusetts. The AIM business-confidence index dipped 0.3 points to 56.2 in April, the business... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Right Now, The GOP Has A Florida Problemcompared to 36 percent who'd vote for Donald Trump. Fifteen percent say they're
Right Now, The GOP Has A Florida Problem
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 25 days ago
compared to 36 percent who'd vote for Donald Trump. Fifteen percent say they're undecided. The poll, conducted by the Associated Industries of Florida, also reveals a whopping 87 percent of Hispanic voters in the state have a negative view of... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Right Now, The GOP Has A Florida Problemcompared to 36 percent who'd vote for Donald Trump. Fifteen percent say they're
Right Now, The GOP Has A Florida Problem
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 25 days ago
compared to 36 percent who'd vote for Donald Trump. Fifteen percent say they're undecided. The poll, conducted by the Associated Industries of Florida, also reveals a whopping 87 percent of Hispanic voters in the state have a negative view of... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Right Now, The GOP Has A Florida Problemcompared to 36 percent who'd vote for Donald Trump. Fifteen percent say they're
Right Now, The GOP Has A Florida Problem
KIVI Boise / Posted 25 days ago
compared to 36 percent who'd vote for Donald Trump. Fifteen percent say they're undecided. The poll, conducted by the Associated Industries of Florida, also reveals a whopping 87 percent of Hispanic voters in the state have a negative view of... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
The Hoosier Day of Reckoning is nighvery close match in presidential contests (Remember 2000? That was fun.), those
The Hoosier Day of Reckoning is nigh
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
very close match in presidential contests (Remember 2000? That was fun.), those are big numbers. Another major point in the Associated Industries of Florida poll that was touted by Democratic senatorial candidate U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy this... Read more
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Lowell Sun
While still confident, Mass. employers seeing mixed signalsto possess a "wait-and-see attitude" about the economy, with mixed economic sig
While still confident, Mass. employers seeing mixed signals
Lowell Sun / Posted 25 days ago
to possess a "wait-and-see attitude" about the economy, with mixed economic signals fueling the ambivalence, according to Associated Industries of Massachusetts. The AIM business confidence index dipped 0.3 points to 56.2 in April, the business... Read more
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Salon.com
Republicans are facing an electoral disaster in November – and it’s not Donald Trump’s faultChris Cillizza noted yesterday, the numbers in Florida alone portend doom for t
Republicans are facing an electoral disaster in November – and it’s not Donald Trump’s fault
Salon.com / Posted 25 days ago
Chris Cillizza noted yesterday, the numbers in Florida alone portend doom for the GOP. A recent poll was conducted by the Associated Industries of Florida, a prominent business group in the state, and they found that Hillary Clinton would defeat... Read more
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New York Magazine
The GOP’s Impending Florida Apocalypseaffected by Trump's toxic immigration views. That may not matter. A new survey
The GOP’s Impending Florida Apocalypse
New York Magazine / Posted 25 days ago
affected by Trump's toxic immigration views. That may not matter. A new survey conducted by the business group the Associated Industries of Florida shows Hillary Clinton 13 points up on Trump in Florida, with this sobering internal: “In... Read more
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Salon.com
Donald Trump is the nominee from hell: The early numbers are in, and they spell disaster for the GOPlack of popularity with crucial voting blocs in the state, according to a poll
Donald Trump is the nominee from hell: The early numbers are in, and they spell disaster for the GOP
Salon.com / Posted 25 days ago
lack of popularity with crucial voting blocs in the state, according to a poll conducted last week by the business lobby Associated Industries of Florida. Clinton would wallop Trump by 49-36 percent if the election were held today and she’d best... Read more
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Miami New Times
Poll: Clinton Sweeps Floor with Trump (and Cruz) in Floridathe Sunshine State, that doesn't seem to be the case anymore. In fact, a new p
Poll: Clinton Sweeps Floor with Trump (and Cruz) in Florida
Miami New Times / Posted 26 days ago
the Sunshine State, that doesn't seem to be the case anymore. In fact, a new poll commissioned by the Republican-leaning Associated Industries of Florida shows Clinton sweeping the floor with Trump (and also with Ted Cruz, for what's that... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Tia Mitchell: Public universities like UNF stand to win with incoming Senate president Negrondisputes through a legal process outside of civil courts. The ruling drew criti
Tia Mitchell: Public universities like UNF stand to win with incoming Senate president Negron
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 28 days ago
disputes through a legal process outside of civil courts. The ruling drew criticism from the Florida Chamber of Commerce, Associated Industries of Florida and the Florida Justice Reform Institute, all of which said they are concerned about... Read more
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Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Justices strike down workers comp fee lawentitled to a fee that deviates from the fee schedule."The ruling drew quick re
Justices strike down workers comp fee law
Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser / Posted 28 days ago
entitled to a fee that deviates from the fee schedule."The ruling drew quick rebukes from the Florida Chamber of Commerce, Associated Industries of Florida and the business-backed Florida Justice Reform Institute, all of which raised the specter of... Read more
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Aljazeera
Tunisia's security first approacheconomy Yet with tourism such a huge part of the Tunisian economy, comprising
Tunisia's security first approach
Aljazeera / Posted 28 days ago
economy Yet with tourism such a huge part of the Tunisian economy, comprising 8 percent of GDP directly but much more in associated industries, it has been a priority for the country to be seen as safe again for the cruise ship passengers and the... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Court calls $1.53 an hour lawyer fee unconstitutionalof attorney's fees sought in the case were $36,817.50. The ruling drew quick r
Court calls $1.53 an hour lawyer fee unconstitutional
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
of attorney's fees sought in the case were $36,817.50. The ruling drew quick rebukes from the Florida Chamber of Commerce, Associated Industries of Florida and the business-backed Florida Justice Reform Institute, all of which raised the specter of... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Court calls $1.53 an hour lawyer fee unconstitutionalof attorney's fees sought in the case were $36,817.50. The ruling drew quick r
Court calls $1.53 an hour lawyer fee unconstitutional
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
of attorney's fees sought in the case were $36,817.50. The ruling drew quick rebukes from the Florida Chamber of Commerce, Associated Industries of Florida and the business-backed Florida Justice Reform Institute, all of which raised the specter of... Read more
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Business Insurance
Attorney fee ruling in workers comp case raises questionsPolice Department doesn't appeal to the state Supreme Court, said Tammy Perdue,
Attorney fee ruling in workers comp case raises questions
Business Insurance / Posted 30 days ago
Police Department doesn't appeal to the state Supreme Court, said Tammy Perdue, general counsel of Tallahassee-based Associated Industries of Florida, which supports businesses in the state. Should the appellate court ruling stand, “that... Read more
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Business Insurance
Attorney fee ruling in workers comp case raises questionsPolice Department doesn’t appeal to the state Supreme Court, said Tammy Perdue,
Attorney fee ruling in workers comp case raises questions
Business Insurance / Posted 30 days ago
Police Department doesn’t appeal to the state Supreme Court, said Tammy Perdue, general counsel of Tallahassee-based Associated Industries of Florida, which supports businesses in the state. Should the appellate court ruling stand, “that... Read more

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