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Like it or hate it, this 117th U.S. Congress has been anything but a “do-nothing Congress” as President Truman described the legislative branch in 1948. Lawmakers passed bipartisan infrastructure legislation and bipartisan semiconductor manufacturing law. Democrats passed the largely partisan American Rescue Plan Act and the fully partisan Inflation Reduction Act. These four bills alone represent over $3.5 trillion in new federal spending. And they’re not done yet.
You may recall seeing some images from the Somerset, Pa., crash site in the days following September 11. Shortly after the crash, an American flag was raised on the top of a dragline crane used for mining coal in the area. The equipment and the flag became a symbol of the effort in Somerset.
A common way to create brazing filler metal (BFM) powder is by melting the raw metallic ingredients for the BFM in a large melting pot using induction heating and then pouring that alloyed liquid metal through a specialized atomization nozzle.
The federal court system provides parties with the opportunity to engage in a broad level of discovery. Discovery is the formal process through which litigation participants exchange information that is relevant to the case. As a result, many plaintiffs will avoid doing extensive pre-planning before bringing a lawsuit and rely on the ability to obtain broad discovery, to their detriment.
While Election Day might feel like Groundhog Day to some, the candidates and issues on the ballot today, November 8, will affect the future of every business. Your vote is not just for Republicans or Democrats, but for the policy an individual may champion once in office.
If the objective of the hardness test is to measure the depth of case, it will be necessary for the test operator to understand the definition of case depth. Case depth is the formed case that has occurred to whatever depth was specified.
The beautiful powder flasks seen in this blog are the result of a dedication of time and talent and a labor of love. These are not historic artifacts from a bygone era, but artisans manufacture them using techniques similar to those utilized by craftsmen over 200 years ago.
On October 12, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) announced it will open an electronic portal on November 15 to accept public input about the effectiveness of the Section 301 tariffs on Chinese imports. The federal government is taking this step as part of the required four-year review of the tariff actions in the Section 301 investigation initiated by the previous administration to counter China’s intellectual property theft and forced technology transfer.