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The Difference between "Made-in-USA" Federal Standards and the "Made-in-USA" California Standards

Posted Yesterday
Paz v. AG Adriano Goldschmeid warns that inaccurate or noncompliant “Made in the U.S.A” labelling can lead to class action claims in California. The case cautions companies to think carefully before applying a “Made in the U.S.A.” label to their products, particularly when such products are sold in California.

WHISTLE BLOWER; Commercial Airline Parts Company scrubbed made-in-China labels, and relabeled "Made-in-USA". Sold Rebuilt as NEW.

Posted 3 days ago
"Many of the parts imported from China and relabeled, such as antennas, were found to be faulty," Nugyen claims. "Often, when customers returned new parts that were not working or malfunctioned, those parts were merely repaired by Ameri-King workers, relabeled, and sold as new, FAA-approved, 'Made in USA' parts."

USAonly.US Member Brings Back Classic LINCOLN LOGS to PENNSYLVANIA and AMERICA, Way to GO K'Nex Toys

Posted 3 days ago
Toymaker K'Nex has brought manufacturing of the wooden pieces to Burnham, Maine, after decades of being made in China. "With such an iconic brand like Lincoln Logs, which has been made in China for the last almost 60 years, we've been working on bringing it back for the last four years. We've had some fits and starts, but finally have a supply chain built," said K'Nex CEO Michael Araten.

NEW JERSEY Legislature Passes MADE-IN-AMERICA Bill

Posted 3 days ago
The bill, S1811, would require vendors contracting with state agencies, including state colleges, to purchase manufactured goods in the United States to fulfill their contracts. It would also require businesses that contract with the state to provide services to disclose job outsourcing information. The bill would also require certain entities that receive economic development assistance, that are not specifically exempted, to disclose job outsourcing information.

One in Three Cigarettes are Smoked In CHINA. Schools Are Named After Tobacco Companies

Posted 17 days ago
China National Tobacco Corp. offered funding for new schools in distressed areas, naming them after cigarette brands like China Pride. The slogan "Talent Comes from Hard Work -- Tobacco Nurtures Talent" was painted on the wall at the Sichuan Tobacco Hope Elementary School.

AMERICA 180 DEGREES: Made-in-USA Marijuana being Smuggled into Mexico.

Posted 18 days ago
Mexico used to supply the vast majority of marijuana in the United States, but that situation is slowly changing due to legalization efforts in America. Interestingly, though, it’s not just Americans who want to get their hands on weed Made in the USA – its superior quality is catching the eyes of Mexican drug cartels.

VERMONT Has Manufacturing Companies Running at Capacity

Posted 18 days ago
"The fact that we don’t label online is beyond me," complains Clark. "We're sitting here trying to bring jobs to America and every politician who's worth anything, that’s what they talk about. Yet the Internet of how many billion dollar industry it is and what percentage of our economy it is - oh, there? You don't have to follow the rules because, well, I'm not sure why. It floors me."

NEW JERSEY (State) University Purchases 23 Seat Conference Table for $219,000.......FROM CHINA

Posted 27 days ago
“Whether or not this is legal, it’s certainly not ethical and it’s a waste of taxpayer money,” Assemblyman Joe Cryan said in a statement. “The time to reform higher education in New Jersey is long past. I don’t need a study to know a university shouldn’t be spending up to $219,000 for a conference table. I already know it’s wrong. So do the students and families struggling to afford a higher education.” (EDITOR NOTE: that's almost $10,000 per person to sit at a freakin' table)

9-11 Gift Shop in Freedom Tower, an Emporium of Imported Collectables

Posted 31 days ago
It’s the postcards that really stunned former Ground Zero demolition supervisor John Feal. The toy FDNY fire trucks and MTA subway cars he could almost understand, given the state of American manufacturing today. But the folks in charge of the 9/11 Memorial couldn’t find a company in the United States to print postcards? “They had to go to Korea? For that?” asked Feal, who started a foundation to fight for health coverage and compensation for first responders who have developed illnesses believed to be linked to toxins inhaled at Ground Zero.

Historical NEW YORK Silverware Maker, Shifts ALL Manufacturing Back to the USA

Posted 33 days ago
"More people are looking to buy 'made in the USA,'" Owens said. "Our company is a little bit of a cause, as opposed to just a company." Sherrill is expanding its silverware offerings, going from one to three product categories and will soon add a fourth so that it can hit a greater range of price points.
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