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ACCA Launches Webpages To Help Contractors Track Legislation

Originally published: 12.21.12 by HVACR Business Staff


The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) has launched two new webpages to help members see what state and federal legislation ACCA is tracking. These webpages are the newest members-only benefits to be created by the association.

The state legislation tracking page allows ACCA members to click on their state on a map and see and review all active legislation that could affect their businesses and the industry.

The federal legislation tracking page allows members to follow legislation that Congress is currently voting on or debating. This page has the legislation broken into categories, so that members can easily review the legislation they are looking to find more information about. For example, you can select legislation on building codes, healthcare reform, and employee rights, among others.

“This exciting and versatile new resource enables ACCA to pinpoint and monitor the bills and amendments in state legislatures and the federal government that could affect our members,” said Paul T. Stalknecht, ACCA president & CEO. “This not only helps ACCA track the legislation, but it also gives our members an easy way to be proactive about monitoring legislation and contacting their state, local, and national representatives about issues that could change the


way they do business.”

The pages, both of which are powered by CQ Roll Call, require ACCA members to log into their ACCA accounts to access the information.




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