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ANLA update: health care, immigration reform and mulch

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The association’s government relations team looks to several key issues, and threats, for the green industry.

ANLA | March 30, 2010

The recent signing into law of historic health care reform legislation has brought a renewed national focus on events here in Washington. With a shift in Congress' attention, ANLA's government relations team looks to several key issues, and threats, for our industry.

Visit ANLA’s Knowledge Center to watch videos that detail important issues for the landscape industry.

Part 1: ANLA's executive vice-president, Bob Dolibois shares his perspective on health care reform legislation that has raised sharp divisions in opinion amongst both legislators and voters.

Part 2: Corey Connors lets you know how you can help oppose the very serious threat to your supply of bark and mulch posed by government subsidies.

Part 3: Corey shares how you can help in the proactive effort to secure government funding for tree planting.

Part 4: Available to ANLA members only. Craig Regelbrugge examines what opportunities remain ahead of mid-term elections for the ongoing battle to secure a stable workforce for our industry through immigration reform.
 

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