The U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure approved a package of bills May 23 aimed at strengthening American supply chains and protecting them from potential disruptions. In total, the T&I Committee approved 12 new pieces of legislation and five additional measures.
The following pieces of legislation were approved by the T&I Committee:
“We’re pleased the Committee approved a package of bipartisan bills that collectively aim to prevent disruptions within our incredibly complex, global supply chain system by tackling the many weaknesses exposed by the pandemic,” said Tom Madrecki, vice president of supply chain and logistics for the Consumer Brands Association. “The legislation passed today represents a step in the right direction in the ongoing fight to alleviate the supply chain challenges that threaten to invoke devastating ripple effects on consumers if they go ignored.”
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