The March 6 presentation considers immediate consequences and notes that the greatest supply-chain disruption may still lie ahead.
Eligible small businesses must be located in a county declared by the President to be a disaster zone for the virus and be able to demonstrate economic harm.
The Maryland House of Representatives withdrew from consideration SEMA-opposed legislation (H.B. 1258) to impose an emissions-inspection requirement on historic vehicles less than 40 years old.
The Kansas House of Representatives passed SEMA-supported legislation (H.B. 2528) to redefine vehicles eligible to be registered as antique.
The Harmless Error Lesser Penalty for Small Businesses Act (HELP for Small Businesses Act), S. 2757, would apply to violations such as information collection requests.
The Minnesota legislature introduced SEMA-opposed legislation (A.B. 3256) to increase the standard biofuel blend in gasoline to 15% ethanol.
SEMA has submitted recommendations to the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) on ways to improve regulatory enforcement by the federal government.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule to encourage companies, trade associations, colleges, unions and other entities to establish industry-recognized apprenticeship programs (IRAP).
SEMA-opposed legislation (H.B. 2373/S.B. 6156) in Washington that would have significantly restricted eligibility of collector vehicles and horseless carriages failed to pass as the legislature adjourned for the year.
An appreciation for the automotive hobby began early for former U.S. Representative David Valadao (R-CA).