By Linda Spencer
Congress Rejects Wasteful Spending Program That Costs American Jobs
Standing up for the RPM Act and your right to convert a street car into a racecar used exclusively at the track, pursuing a pro-growth and job creation agenda, creating access to small business loans and credit, finding affordable health insurance options for employees and combating counterfeit products. These are just a few of the issues facing SEMA members in the nation’s capital.
A primary purpose of SEMA’s Government Affairs Office is to help our members thrive. Most SEMA members are, by definition, small businesses.
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In the specialty-equipment industry, certification often represents a laborious but required undertaking for the selling of aftermarket parts. To ease the process for members, SEMA created and recently revised the Black Book—a guide to achieving emissions compliance status with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).