The glass industry is a vital part of American society.
It is a huge business that provides employment and a means of income for the American people.
But there are some who are concerned that this industry is taking jobs from the middle class and it’s hurting the local economies of some of the poorest parts of the country.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the CEO of the glass company JAB Corp. said he would like to see the industry get some sort of subsidy from the government.
In order to create jobs, he said, it would be necessary to cut taxes for the glass industry and it would help us keep a strong economy.
If we can’t do that, I think we should be very careful about what we’re doing,” he said. “
What I think is the right approach would be to try and get as much government subsidy as we can get.
If we can’t do that, I think we should be very careful about what we’re doing,” he said.
Glass workers, however, say they would rather see more tax revenue, especially in the state of New York, which has some of America’s highest taxes.
In addition to New York state, glass companies are headquartered in Texas, Pennsylvania, Florida, and California.
“I don’t want any tax increases in my state,” said Michael Cramer, president of the American Glass and Metal Workers union.
“That’s just not going to happen.
I don’t think the glass companies will be able to afford the tax increases if we can see a drop in demand in those states.”
The glass workers union is also a strong supporter of a tax on the profits of corporations that move production overseas.
The Glass and Steel Workers Union is also pushing a proposal that would require the state to pay companies that move their manufacturing jobs overseas to pay back taxes that were originally levied against them.
The workers union also has a campaign called “Glass Tax” that is advocating for a tax of 25 percent.
A bill that would impose a 25 percent tax on profits made by companies moving their factories overseas failed to pass the New York State Assembly in 2015.
That bill was later signed into law.
According to the Wall St. Journal, many other states have tried to cut their taxes, including Oregon, Montana, and South Dakota.
“It would be good to have a tax that was more in line with what New York has done in terms of the tax that has been levied against the glass industries in other states,” Cramer said.
“They’ve had a tax imposed against them, so it would give us a chance to do something.”