Oct. 5 2020
The decision allows some organizations to resume hiring employees from outside the U.S.
Sept. 29 2020
Contractors face a difficult season with reduced availability of H-2B employees.
Aug. 31 2020
Stay ahead of regulations by keeping informed and making your voice heard.
June 28 2020
The organization urges full reinstatement to support the landscape and irrigation industry.
June 22 2020
The executive order freezes green card and work visas through the end of 2020.
Feb. 24 2020
Violators of the law would be subject to a fine up to $500.
Feb. 24 2020
The change would allow an additional 45,000 guest workers to return to U.S. this summer.
Nov. 18 2019
The government agencies overseeing that program are considering modernizing the requirement.
Oct. 29 2019
In a letter to Congressional leaders, the bipartisan delegation stresses the urgent need for more guest workers in the state.
Aug. 29 2019
The charges include offering free housing to its foreign workers, but not to U.S. applicants.
July 25 2019
The bill is aimed at getting clean, safe drinking water to the communities that lack this basic amenity.
May 14 2019
The illicit guns were found among a cache of over 1,000 others in a Bel-Air mansion.
April 30 2019
The organization does not want the U.S. to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement.
April 9 2019
The city of Hillsborough calls the metal sculptures “eyesores.”
March 21 2019
Landscape contractors may not get everyone they need for their busiest time of year.
March 18 2019
Proposed changes also includes provisions to improve RIN transparency.
Jan. 17 2019
An unlicensed Arizona contractor faces a variety of charges, including writing a bad check.
Dec. 13 2018
Four community water systems have reported lead lines, while 31 others have lead fittings.