|Fruits of Our Labor
Similar to farming, the legislative process can be arduous. You plant the seeds, nurture the soil, water the land, and see a final product take shape.
Over the summer, ARSA worked behind the scenes with the aviation maintenance industry's strongest Capitol Hill allies on the association's "lift the ban" campaign, planting the seed for legislative action on the issue in the months ahead. Meanwhile, ARSA members from around the country hosted their representatives and engaged lawmakers, helping to move the process along. As the crop grows, we need to continue to water it so it can flourish, bloom, and produce fruit.
ARSA needs the aviation maintenance community's continued pressure on lawmakers to ensure lift the ban legislation reaches full bloom. To keep the process moving forward, lawmakers need a combination of education from the association's legislative team and hearing from constituents who provide the votes that send them to Washington.
What can you do to help advance the industry's policy initiatives? If you have a moment, use ARSAaction.org to send a pre-written note to your lawmakers urging them to "lift the ban" on Federal Aviation Administration foreign repair station certifications.
It is ARSA's mission to support its members any way it can. Contact Daniel Fisher, ARSA vice president of legislative affairs, to learn more about the association’s efforts and what you can do to help the seed fully bloom!
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