On Friday, Adams met with other government officials such as Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts, education leaders, workforce development providers and representatives from local manufacturers to talk about how Congress can support manufacturing in the area.
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Manufacturing in the United States, North Carolina and Charlotte was the topic as Adams lead a discussion with representatives from local manufacturing companies and workforce development providers in Charlotte.
John D. SimmonsThe Charlotte Observer
Rep. Alma Adams (D-N.C.) hosts roundtable talk
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