NAMA Urges Immediate Action by U.S. Senate on Regulatory Reform
This week, NAMA joined 615 other groups and associations strongly urging the U.S. Senate to consider and pass the Regulatory Accountability Act of 2017 (RAA), to be introduced by Senator Rob Portman (Ohio). The RAA recently passed the House with a bipartisan vote of 238-183, and now NAMA is urging the Senate to do the same.
The letter emphasizes that NAMA believes federal regulations should be narrowly tailored, supported by strong and credible data and evidence, and impose the least burden possible, while implementing congressional intent. “Passage of the RAA is one of NAMA’s top priorities. If signed into law, it would protect businesses in the convenience services industry from overly burdensome regulations at the federal level, adding even stronger protections for entities classified as small businesses.” said Eric Dell, NAMA’s Senior Vice President of Government Affairs.
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