Head of AFL-CIO Transportation Trades Department Talks Infrastructure on America’s Work Force Radio

Transportation Trades Department President, Larry Willis, was a featured guest on the Nov. 26 episode of America’s Work Force Radio to talk about the need for infrastructure improvement.

Transportation Trades Department AFL-CIOWillis discussed the benefits of investing in infrastructure and the results of the 2018 midterm election. He said working men and women will benefit from Democrats retaking the House of Representatives. An investment in infrastructure, such roads and bridges, will lead to the creation of more jobs and lead to transportation options.

Dan Troy Lake County CommissionerOutgoing Lake County (Ohio) Commissioner Dan Troy also appeared on AWF to talk about the results of the midterms. Troy as disappointment in some of the results, including issues involving working families. He discussed the Fix Our Roads program and how FOR is helping to improve Ohio’s infrastructure.

 

America’s Work Force Radio host Ed “Flash” Ferenc spoke about the debate between entering into an apprenticeship or attending college. He also talked about the need to strengthen social security and the record amount of women recently elected to Congress.


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