MCC News
7/15/15 - Michigan Chemistry Council Urges Legislature to Continue Work to Achieve Energy Competitiveness

LANSING, MI, July 15, 2015 – As the Senate Energy and Technology Committee begins hearings on comprehensive energy legislation, the Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC) urges the Legislature to focus on policies that will help our state become more competitive on energy costs and grow manufacturing jobs.

“Michigan continues to lag behind our neighboring states on energy affordability, a disadvantage that burdens job growth in many industries and costs Michigan’s citizens more of their hard-earned income each month,” said John Dulmes, Executive Director of the MCC.

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5/19/15 - Michigan Chemistry Council Elects Eight Members to Board of Directors

LANSING, MI, May 19, 2015 – At its annual membership meeting on May 13th, the Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC) elected eight members to its board of directors, including four members who are joining the MCC board for the first time.

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5/5/15 - “Driving, Building, Growing”: MCC’s 2015 Meeting to Feature Policy Discussions and to Highlight Chemical Industry’s Contributions to Michigan

LANSING, MI, May 5, 2015 – For the 47th consecutive year, the Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC) will host its annual membership meeting and legislative reception in Lansing on Wednesday, May 13th, as the industry celebrates renewed growth and new opportunities. This year’s theme is “Driving, Building, Growing,” as the MCC highlights the role of chemistry in the automotive, construction, and agricultural sectors.

“Michigan’s chemistry companies do amazing work every day of the year, but this is the one day that we look forward to sharing these contributions with policymakers in Lansing,” said John Dulmes, MCC Executive Director. “There is a lot going on in our industry, and our members need to be aware of how proposed laws and regulations would impact their businesses. Likewise, it is helpful for legislators to understand what exactly it is that chemical companies do, and how chemicals are involved in every part of our economy.”

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