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LEGISLATIVE FRONT LINES


The Auto Hobby’s Policy Influence Rewarded Again in 2018

Victory on legislative turf can take many forms. Governments constantly seek to resolve matters through rulemaking or rewriting, after all. From introduction in the committee of jurisdiction to its eventual outcome, opportunities to shape a bill’s course along the way are ever-changing. Long-time advocates know that the path for future policies is sometimes measured and clear—while the opposite is true in other cases. Ultimately, the SEMA Action Network’s (SAN) goal throughout each session is constant: support pro-hobby initiatives into approval while thwarting any threats.

Despite the best efforts of the car-loving community, many proposals never reach a definitive finish line—for better and for worse. It’s true that enactment into law or death are common fates. But make no mistake: the end of a bill’s life does not always conclude once the legislature adjourns.

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