Legislation (AB 390) in California to repeal the section of a 2018 law (AB 1824) that amended how state law-enforcement officials issue citations for exhaust noise violations was passed by the Assembly Committee on Transportation at a March 25 hearing.
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It’s difficult to project where the U.S. economy is headed amid slow job growth but a strong labor market.
U.S. government grants are available for qualified participants to help defray the cost.
Cost for the event is intentionally low, with hotels, meals and workshops covered by SEMA.
How is your business feeling so far about 2019?
The ability to capture the youth market is a focus for many industries simply because future success often depends on it.
The middle school field trip program introduces students to the automotive customization hobby through STEM Education.
The Loan Forgiveness Program helps graduates employed by a SEMA-member company pay off their student loans.
Take advantage of a popular member benefit by joining SEMA on two promising overseas trips to learn about the potential for your products and meet with pre-vetted buyers.
SEMA will partner with Santa Fe ECO, along with four additional high schools in 2019 for a total of five vehicle builds.