Thu March 4, 2010
By Cheri Lawson
Highland Heights, KY – A faith based coalition is doing what it can to preserve jobs in Hamilton County. The AMOS Project, along with other organizations, has launched a campaign to require that local governments hire local workers for construction projects that receive public funding. The campaign, named after the Old Testament prophetNehemiah, is an effort to open job opportunities. Pastor Greg Chandler is President of the AMOS Project. WNKU's Cheri Lawson asked Chandler what the Nehemiah Campaign involves.