The MAHPBA Government Affairs Committee works to serve its members’ businesses by advocating the hearth industry’s interests to all levels of government and protecting the industry from restrictive public policy and regulation.The greatest challenges to the hearth industry are government regulations that impact our livelihood. Knowledge is the key to protecting ourselves and our businesses. Our industry faces more government regulation than any other building material industry segment because we impact both the environment and energy - two of the most hotly-debated areas of national concern. Even when regulation is formed at the national level, it is almost always implemented at the local level.Our Government Affairs team is here to help; we are your watchdog at the grassroots level ready, willing, and able to serve as a resource and advocate for your business!
New Jersey Issue - Government Affairs
The Mid-Atlantic Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association has introduced Legislation in New Jersey to protect your business. "Click Here" to find out why the Master Hearth Professional Bill is needed.
Get Involved - Member Support and participation is vital if MAHPBA is going to have any success in advocating on behalf of its members. You can make a differance.
GA Tool Box - For those who are new to government affairs and advocacy, the GA Tool Box is a great place to start. Get tips on how to become an effective advocate.
GA News - The MAHPBA Government Affairs Committee strives to keep members connected with important legislative news and updates.
Advocacy Links & Resources - Please note that MAHPBA does not endorse external links but includes them on the website as a convenience for its members.
HPBA Legislative Action Center - Connect with your legislators and take action on issues important to your business.
Become a member!
Please help promote your trade and your business by joining and/or maintaining your membership in the Mid-Atlantic, Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association "Click Here" to find out about member benefits.
For More Information Contact:Diane Rossi, Executive Director904 Hanover Street, Suite 3Manchester, NH 03104(603) 669-2744 X104diane@mahpba.orgRon Kessner, Government Affairs Chairron@fireplacesonline.comCell - (609) -276-1022Kurt Evers, Government Affairs Co-Chairkurt.email@example.com