After last week’s delay to name a Speaker of the House, the 118th Congress is underway, with new members now sworn in.
NIADA is busy in Washington D.C., getting in front of members of Congress.
“They are holding their member-elect swearing in parties, which NIADA has been attending,” said Brett Scott, NIADA Vice President of Government Affairs. “We will continue to be the voice for NIADA in Washington D.C.”
We will continue to be the voice for NIADA in Washington D.C.Brett Scott, NIADA Vice President of Government Affairs
Going into the session, NIADA has several items to bring to the attention of lawmakers, including oversight from regulatory agencies, right to repair and cracking down on catalytic converter thefts.
“Once the new Congress gets its legs, we will start engaging with members of both the House and Senate to make sure that they know where NIADA stands.”
Bills were introduced in the last Congress in the House and Senate to combat catalytic converter thefts. NIADA will be working to get this bill across the finish line during this Congress.