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OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Everyday people depend on the work of the New Jersey Laborers Union. Whether it's repairing the roads we drive on, building the schools where children learn, or any one of the thousands of other projects we work on—our men and women are not only proud to build, but to build a better New Jersey.


> New Building Laborers Locals strengthen Union (03/12/2012)
The nine Building Laborers Local Unions in New Jersey have been merged into two--Building Laborers Local 3, representing North Jersey and Building Laborers Local 77 more...


> Sign Up Now to Become an I Build Amerca Activist (01/09/2012)
More than ever our country needs good jobs, but it will take hard work to create them. Members, becoming an I Build America! activist is not for everyone. You’ll be the more...


> 2012 Apprenticeship Schedule is Available (01/06/2012)
Apprentices can get the NJ Construction Craft Laborers Training and Apprenticeship Program 2012 schedule of classes by emailing njcclap@njlaborers.org or calling more...


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> Sens. Lautenberg and Menendez come to Hoboken to call on House to pass surface transportation bill (03/21/2012)
HOBOKEN — U.S. Sens. Frank Lautenberg and Robert Menendez joined U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood yesterday afternoon at Hoboken Terminal to urge the House of Representatives to pass the Senate's version of the Surface Transportation Bill. more...


> U.S. transportation head visits N.J. in support of bill increasing federal transit funding (03/20/2012)
Declaring "America is one big pothole," the nation’s top transportation official visited its most-congested state Monday to express support for a federal bill he said would provide funds to repair crumbling roads and bridges and put contractors back to work.

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, visiting Hoboken, said the clock is ticking for the House of Representatives to approve a bipartisan Senate transportation bill that calls for a 12-percent increase in highway funding for New Jersey and a 14-percent increase in transit funding.


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> 2012 is the Year America Must Get Serious About its Infrastructure (03/17/2012)
When we read about “America’s crumbling infrastructure” or similar phrases, the topic is easy to ignore for a few reasons. First, “infrastructure” is a broad, nondescript term that doesn’t mean very much to most people. Second, we’ve been hearing the “crumbling” news ... more...


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