Quick Question – ARSA Activism
April 29, 2020
The inclusion of repair stations in the U.S. Congress’ pandemic relief efforts demonstrates ARSA’s impact on Capitol Hill. As the association’s legislative activism has become more and more effective over the past several years (see the 2018 FAA reauthorization process for a key example), regulatory knowledge and advocacy remains a core value to the industry.
Help ARSA’s team understand the evolving value of its work by responding to this month’s “quick question.”
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