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Lobbyist Report for AUTO CARE ASSOCIATION

AUTO CARE ASSOCIATION

Trade association for the auto care industry

7101 WISCONSIN AVENUE, #1300 BETHESDA, MD 20814

USA

Lobbying on the following issues:

CONSUMER ISSUES/SAFETY/PRODUCTS CHEMICALS/CHEMICAL INDUSTRY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/INVESTMENTS/SECURITIES LABOR ISSUES/ANTITRUST/WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT/SUPERFUND SMALL BUSINESS AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY COPYRIGHT/PATENT/TRADEMARK HEALTH ISSUES TRANSPORTATION TRADE (DOMESTIC/FOREIGN) MANUFACTURING EDUCATION TAXATION/INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

Endorsed letter to FTC from Congress regarding proper enforcement of Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

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Discussed possible EPA regulations on TCE and Methylene Chloride; applied for small entity representative status re: TCE issue; discussed chemical and workplace labeling updates; worked with SBA and OSHA on refrigerant requirements and workplace safety regulatory changes; consulted on proposed rate for methylene chloride; supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards.

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Supported extension of SPA loan program stimulus provisions in the ARRA; worked to ensure availability of financial assistance for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 and clarification that essential service orders issued by state and local officials should include the repair industry.

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Supported efforts to reform new overtime rules and NLRB actions from previous Administration.

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Request for national certification standard for aftermarket catalytic convertors; monitored Phase II medium and heavy-duty vehicle emissions regulations and proposed glider kit limitations.

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Supported the Motor Vehicle Owners' Right to Repair Act; participated in SBA round-tables on environmental issues and labor issues; worked to ensure availability of financial assistance for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 and clarification that essential service orders issued by state and local officials should include the repair industry.

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Discussed vehicle recall considerations with members of Congress and their staffs; discussed need for independent auto care industry to have access to data generated by embedded vehicle telematics systems.

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Supported legislation that amends the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

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Supported efforts to repeal certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act: Health Insurance Tax, Cadillac Tax, small group expansion requirement, and Medical Device Tax. Supported efforts to expand health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) benefits; supported the Commonsense Reporting Act of 2017 (S 1908 / HR 3919); supported the Bipartisan HSA Improvement Act of 2018 (HR 5138); supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards. Supported Save American Workers HR 3798; STARS Act HR 3956; Cadillac Tax Repeal (HR 748, S. 684); Health Insurance Tax Repeal (HR 2447, S. 80); Health Insurance Tax Delay (HR 1398, S. 172); Commonsense Reporting Act of 2019 (S. 2366/H.R. 4070); and Employee Flexibility Act (HR 2782, S. 1510).

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Encouraged inclusion of aftermarket technology and research in ITS initiatives across DOT; discussed concerns over trucker hours of service and CSA program; commented on Electronic Data Recorder final rule.

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Interested in WTO disputes related to auto industry; interested in free trade agreement negotiations and their impact on auto industry; industry in customs-related legislation and regulation; discussed intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting initiatives impact on auto industry; interested in domestic and international tariff and non-tariff barriers affecting auto parts and other products; supported efforts to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); opposed implementation of tariffs on steel and aluminum as well as Section 301 investigation proposed tariffs; opposed 232 auto parts.

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Interested in U.S. Department of Commerce's Sustainable Initiative and additional study Regarding Re-manufacturing; supported aftermarket inclusion in automotive industry manufacturing hearings.

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Supported funding for vocational education.

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Opposed efforts to eliminate use of LIFO accounting method; supported e-fairness efforts to create nationwide online sales tax system; supported legislation that repeals Estate Tax; discussed tax repatriation options for transportation funding; supported Health Insurance Tax repeal; lobbied against Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) as part of future tax reform legislation.

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Lobbyists:

LOWE, AARON
FIORE, PAUL
ANDREWS, SHEILA
HOPKINS, GABRIELLE

Foreign Entities:

Foreign Entity Name:
Samil Spinning Co., Ltd
Country :
SOUTH KOREA
Contribution :
$0



Lobbying on the following issues:

SMALL BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION CONSUMER ISSUES/SAFETY/PRODUCTS TRADE (DOMESTIC/FOREIGN) CHEMICALS/CHEMICAL INDUSTRY COPYRIGHT/PATENT/TRADEMARK EDUCATION LABOR ISSUES/ANTITRUST/WORKPLACE MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT/SUPERFUND AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY TAXATION/INTERNAL REVENUE CODE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/INVESTMENTS/SECURITIES HEALTH ISSUES

Supported the Motor Vehicle Owners' Right to Repair Act; participated in SBA round-tables on environmental issues and labor issues.

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Encouraged inclusion of aftermarket technology and research in ITS initiatives across DOT; discussed concerns over trucker hours of service and CSA program; commented on Electronic Data Recorder final rule.

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Endorsed letter to FTC from Congress regarding proper enforcement of Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

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Interested in WTO disputes related to auto industry; interested in free trade agreement negotiations and their impact on auto industry; industry in customs-related legislation and regulation; discussed intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting initiatives impact on auto industry; interested in domestic and international tariff and non-tariff barriers affecting auto parts and other products; supported efforts to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); opposed implementation of tariffs on steel and aluminum as well as Section 301 investigation proposed tariffs; opposed 232 auto parts.

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Discussed possible EPA regulations on TCE and Methylene Chloride; applied for small entity representative status re: TCE issue; discussed chemical and workplace labeling updates; worked with SBA and OSHA on refrigerant requirements and workplace safety regulatory changes; consulted on proposed rate for methylene chloride; supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards.

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Supported legislation that amends the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

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Supported funding for vocational education.

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Supported efforts to reform new overtime rules and NLRB actions from previous Administration.

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Interested in U.S. Department of Commerce's Sustainable Initiative and additional study Regarding Re-manufacturing; supported aftermarket inclusion in automotive industry manufacturing hearings.

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Request for national certification standard for aftermarket catalytic convertors; monitored Phase II medium and heavy-duty vehicle emissions regulations and proposed glider kit limitations.

-

Discussed vehicle recall considerations with members of Congress and their staffs; discussed need for independent auto care industry to have access to data generated by embedded vehicle telematics systems.

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Opposed efforts to eliminate use of LIFO accounting method; supported e-fairness efforts to create nationwide online sales tax system; supported legislation that repeals Estate Tax; discussed tax repatriation options for transportation funding; supported Health Insurance Tax repeal; lobbied against Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) as part of future tax reform legislation.

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Supported extension of SPA loan program stimulus provisions in the ARRA.

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Supported efforts to repeal certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act: Health Insurance Tax, Cadillac Tax, small group expansion requirement, and Medical Device Tax. Supported efforts to expand health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) benefits; supported the Commonsense Reporting Act of 2017 (S 1908 / HR 3919); supported the Bipartisan HSA Improvement Act of 2018 (HR 5138); supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards. Supported Save American Workers HR 3798; STARS Act HR 3956; Cadillac Tax Repeal (HR 748, S. 684); Health Insurance Tax Repeal (HR 2447, S. 80); Health Insurance Tax Delay (HR 1398, S. 172); Commonsense Reporting Act of 2019 (S. 2366/H.R. 4070); and Employee Flexibility Act (HR 2782, S. 1510).

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Lobbyists:

LOWE, AARON
FIORE, PAUL
ANDREWS, SHEILA
HOPKINS, GABRIELLE

Foreign Entities:

Foreign Entity Name:
MIH e-commerce Holdings B.V.
Country :
NETHERLANDS
Contribution :
$0



Lobbying on the following issues:

HEALTH ISSUES ENVIRONMENT/SUPERFUND CHEMICALS/CHEMICAL INDUSTRY COPYRIGHT/PATENT/TRADEMARK TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION MANUFACTURING FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/INVESTMENTS/SECURITIES CONSUMER ISSUES/SAFETY/PRODUCTS TAXATION/INTERNAL REVENUE CODE SMALL BUSINESS LABOR ISSUES/ANTITRUST/WORKPLACE TRADE (DOMESTIC/FOREIGN) AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Supported efforts to repeal certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act: Health Insurance Tax, Cadillac Tax, small group expansion requirement, and Medical Device Tax. Supported efforts to expand health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) benefits; supported the Commonsense Reporting Act of 2017 (S 1908 / HR 3919); supported the Bipartisan HSA Improvement Act of 2018 (HR 5138); supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards. Supported Save American Workers HR 3798; STARS Act HR 3956; Cadillac Tax Repeal (HR 748, S. 684); Health Insurance Tax Repeal (HR 2447, S. 80); Health Insurance Tax Delay (HR 1398, S. 172); Commonsense Reporting Act of 2019 (S. 2366/H.R. 4070); and Employee Flexibility Act (HR 2782, S. 1510).

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Request for national certification standard for aftermarket catalytic convertors; monitored Phase II medium and heavy-duty vehicle emissions regulations and proposed glider kit limitations.

-

Discussed possible EPA regulations on TCE and Methylene Chloride; applied for small entity representative status re: TCE issue; discussed chemical and workplace labeling updates; worked with SBA and OSHA on refrigerant requirements and workplace safety regulatory changes; consulted on proposed rate for methylene chloride; supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards.

-

Supported legislation that amends the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

-

Encouraged inclusion of aftermarket technology and research in ITS initiatives across DOT; discussed concerns over trucker hours of service and CSA program; commented on Electronic Data Recorder final rule.

-

Supported funding for vocational education.

-

Interested in U.S. Department of Commerce's Sustainable Initiative and additional study Regarding Re-manufacturing; supported aftermarket inclusion in automotive industry manufacturing hearings.

-

Supported extension of SPA loan program stimulus provisions in the ARRA.

-

Endorsed letter to FTC from Congress regarding proper enforcement of Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

-

Opposed efforts to eliminate use of LIFO accounting method; supported e-fairness efforts to create nationwide online sales tax system; supported legislation that repeals Estate Tax; discussed tax repatriation options for transportation funding; supported Health Insurance Tax repeal; lobbied against Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) as part of future tax reform legislation.

-

Supported the Motor Vehicle Owners' Right to Repair Act; participated in SBA round-tables on environmental issues and labor issues.

-

Supported efforts to reform new overtime rules and NLRB actions from previous Administration.

-

Interested in WTO disputes related to auto industry; interested in free trade agreement negotiations and their impact on auto industry; industry in customs-related legislation and regulation; discussed intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting initiatives impact on auto industry; interested in domestic and international tariff and non-tariff barriers affecting auto parts and other products; supported efforts to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); opposed implementation of tariffs on steel and aluminum as well as Section 301 investigation proposed tariffs; opposed 232 auto parts.

-

Discussed vehicle recall considerations with members of Congress and their staffs; discussed need for independent auto care industry to have access to data generated by embedded vehicle telematics systems.

-

Lobbyists:

LOWE, AARON
FIORE, PAUL
PINKHAM, DAVID
ANDREWS, SHEILA
HOPKINS, GABRIELLE



Lobbying on the following issues:

COPYRIGHT/PATENT/TRADEMARK ENVIRONMENT/SUPERFUND TRADE (DOMESTIC/FOREIGN) SMALL BUSINESS MANUFACTURING CONSUMER ISSUES/SAFETY/PRODUCTS TRANSPORTATION LABOR ISSUES/ANTITRUST/WORKPLACE HEALTH ISSUES FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/INVESTMENTS/SECURITIES EDUCATION AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY CHEMICALS/CHEMICAL INDUSTRY TAXATION/INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

Supported legislation that amends the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

-

Request for national certification standard for aftermarket catalytic convertors; monitored Phase II medium and heavy-duty vehicle emissions regulations and proposed glider kit limitations.

-

Interested in WTO disputes related to auto industry; interested in free trade agreement negotiations and their impact on auto industry; industry in customs-related legislation and regulation; discussed intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting initiatives impact on auto industry; interested in domestic and international tariff and non-tariff barriers affecting auto parts and other products; supported efforts to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); opposed implementation of tariffs on steel and aluminum as well as Section 301 investigation proposed tariffs; opposed 232 auto parts.

-

Supported the Motor Vehicle Owners' Right to Repair Act; participated in SBA round-tables on environmental issues and labor issues.

-

Interested in U.S. Department of Commerce's Sustainable Initiative and additional study Regarding Re-manufacturing; supported aftermarket inclusion in automotive industry manufacturing hearings.

-

Endorsed letter to FTC from Congress regarding proper enforcement of Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

-

Encouraged inclusion of aftermarket technology and research in ITS initiatives across DOT; discussed concerns over trucker hours of service and CSA program; commented on Electronic Data Recorder final rule.

-

Supported efforts to reform new overtime rules and NLRB actions from previous Administration.

-

Supported efforts to repeal certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act: Health Insurance Tax, Cadillac Tax, small group expansion requirement, and Medical Device Tax. Supported efforts to expand health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) benefits; supported the Commonsense Reporting Act of 2017 (S 1908 / HR 3919); supported the Bipartisan HSA Improvement Act of 2018 (HR 5138); supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards. Supported Save American Workers HR 3798; STARS Act HR 3956; Cadillac Tax Repeal (HR 748, S. 684); Health Insurance Tax Repeal (HR 2447, S. 80); Health Insurance Tax Delay (HR 1398, S. 172); and Employee Flexibility Act (HR 2782, S. 1510).

-

Supported extension of SPA loan program stimulus provisions in the ARRA.

-

Supported funding for vocational education.

-

Discussed vehicle recall considerations with members of Congress and their staffs; discussed need for independent auto care industry to have access to data generated by embedded vehicle telematics systems.

-

Discussed possible EPA regulations on TCE and Methylene Chloride; applied for small entity representative status re: TCE issue; discussed chemical and workplace labeling updates; worked with SBA and OSHA on refrigerant requirements and workplace safety regulatory changes; consulted on proposed rate for methylene chloride; supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards.

-

Opposed efforts to eliminate use of LIFO accounting method; supported e-fairness efforts to create nationwide online sales tax system; supported legislation that repeals Estate Tax; discussed tax repatriation options for transportation funding; supported Health Insurance Tax repeal; lobbied against Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) as part of future tax reform legislation.

-

Lobbyists:

LOWE, AARON
FIORE, PAUL
PINKHAM, DAVID
ANDREWS, SHEILA
HOPKINS, GABRIELLE

Foreign Entities:

Foreign Entity Name:
EDF Energies Nouvelles
Country :
FRANCE
Contribution :
$0



Lobbying on the following issues:

LABOR ISSUES/ANTITRUST/WORKPLACE HEALTH ISSUES TRADE (DOMESTIC/FOREIGN) COPYRIGHT/PATENT/TRADEMARK CONSUMER ISSUES/SAFETY/PRODUCTS AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT/SUPERFUND SMALL BUSINESS MANUFACTURING TRANSPORTATION FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/INVESTMENTS/SECURITIES CHEMICALS/CHEMICAL INDUSTRY TAXATION/INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

Supported efforts to reform new overtime rules and NLRB actions from previous Administration.

-

Supported efforts to repeal certain provision of Affordable Care Act: Health Insurance Tax, Cadillac Tax, small group expansion requirement, 40-hour full-time designation, and Medical Device Tax. Supported efforts to expand health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) benefits; supported the Commonsense Reporting Act of 2017 (S 1908 / HR 3919); supported the Bipartisan HSA Improvement Act of 2018 (HR 5138); supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards. Supported 40 hours 13 full-time S.1786; Save American Workers HR 3798; supported STARS Act HR 3956.

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Interested in WTO disputes related to auto industry; interested in free trade agreement negotiations and their impact on auto industry; industry in customs-related legislation and regulation; discussed intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting initiatives impact on auto industry; interested in domestic and international tariff and non-tariff barriers affecting auto parts and other products; supported efforts to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); opposed implementation of tariffs on steel and aluminum as well as Section 301 investigation proposed tariffs.

-

Supported legislation that amends the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

-

Endorsed letter to FTC from Congress regarding proper enforcement of Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

-

Discussed vehicle recall considerations with members of Congress and their staffs; discussed need for independent auto care industry to have access to data generated by embedded vehicle telematics systems.

-

Supported funding for vocational education.

-

Request for national certification standard for aftermarket catalytic convertors; monitored Phase II medium and heavy-duty vehicle emissions regulations and proposed glider kit limitations.

-

Supported the Motor Vehicle Owners' Right to Repair Act; participated in SBA round-tables on environmental issues and labor issues.

-

Interested in U.S. Department of Commerce's Sustainable Initiative and additional study Regarding Re-manufacturing; supported aftermarket inclusion in automotive industry manufacturing hearings.

-

Encouraged inclusion of aftermarket technology and research in ITS initiatives across DOT; discussed concerns over trucker hours of service and CSA program; commented on Electronic Data Recorder final rule.

-

Supported extension of SPA loan program stimulus provisions in the ARRA.

-

Discussed possible EPA regulations on TCE and Methylene Chloride; applied for small entity representative status re: TCE issue; discussed chemical and workplace labeling updates; worked with SBA and OSHA on refrigerant requirements and workplace safety regulatory changes; consulted on proposed rate for methylene chloride; supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards.

-

Opposed efforts to eliminate use of LIFO accounting method; supported e-fairness efforts to create nationwide online sales tax system; supported legislation that repeals Estate Tax; discussed tax repatriation options for transportation funding; supported Health Insurance Tax repeal; lobbied against Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) as part of future tax reform legislation.

-

Lobbyists:

LOWE, AARON
FIORE, PAUL
PINKHAM, DAVID
ANDREWS, SHEILA
HOPKINS, GABRIELLE

Foreign Entities:

Foreign Entity Name:
Ballard Power Systems
Country :
CANADA
Contribution :
$0



Lobbying on the following issues:

COPYRIGHT/PATENT/TRADEMARK CONSUMER ISSUES/SAFETY/PRODUCTS CHEMICALS/CHEMICAL INDUSTRY EDUCATION TAXATION/INTERNAL REVENUE CODE MANUFACTURING SMALL BUSINESS TRADE (DOMESTIC/FOREIGN) LABOR ISSUES/ANTITRUST/WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT/SUPERFUND AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY HEALTH ISSUES FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/INVESTMENTS/SECURITIES TRANSPORTATION

Supported passages of legislation that would revise patent law to ensure availability of competitive aftermarket cosmetic parts (S. 812 / H.R. 1879); supported development of legislation to strengthen IRP enforcement measures against online infringement; supported legislation that amends Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

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Endorsed letter to FTC from Congress regarding proper enforcement of Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

-

Discussed possible EPA regulations on TCE and Methylene Chloride; applied for small entity representative status re: TCE issue; discussed chemical and workplace labeling updates; worked with SBA and OSHA on refrigerant requirements and workplace safety regulatory changes; consulted on proposed rate for methylene chloride; supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards.

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Increased support for vocational education; supported reauthorization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education (H.R. 2353) to increase support of vocational education.

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Opposed efforts to eliminate use of LIFO accounting method; supported e-fairness efforts to create nationwide online sales tax system; supported legislation that repeals Estate Tax, including Death Tax Repeal Act of 2017 (H.R. 198); lobbied for fair effective tax rates; discussed tax repatriation options for transportation funding; supported Health Insurance Tax repeal; lobbied against Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) as part of future tax reform legislation; supported Remote Transactions Parity Act of 2017 (RTPA) (H.R. 2193); supported Marketplace Fairness Act of 2017 (S. 976); opposed No Regulation Without Representation Act of 2017 (H.R. 2887).

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Interested in U.S. Department of Commerce's Sustainable Initiative and additional study Regarding Re-manufacturing; supported aftermarket inclusion in automotive industry manufacturing hearings.

-

Supported the Motor Vehicle Owners' Right to Repair Act; participated in SBA round-tables on environmental issues and labor issues.

-

Interested in WTO disputes related to auto industry; interested in free trade agreement negotiations and their impact on auto industry; industry in customs-related legislation and regulation; discussed intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting initiatives impact on auto industry; interested in domestic and international tariff and non-tariff barriers affecting auto parts and other products; supported efforts to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); opposed implementation of tariffs on steel and aluminum as well as Section 301 investigation proposed tariffs.

-

Supported efforts to reform new overtime rules and NLRB actions from previous Administration.

-

Request for national certification standard for aftermarket catalytic convertors; monitored Phase II medium and heavy-duty vehicle emissions regulations and proposed glider kit limitations.

-

Discussed vehicle recall considerations with members of Congress and their staffs; discussed need for independent auto care industry to have access to data generated by embedded vehicle telematics systems; formed Auto Care Caucus; monitored Security and Privacy in Your Car Act, or SPY Car Act, of 2017 (S. 812) and SPY Car Study Act of 2017 (H.R. 701); supported passage of Promoting Automotive Repair, Trade, and Sales Act of 2017, or PARTS Act of 2017 (S. 812 / H.R. 1879); commented on revisions for draft legislation on autonomous vehicles; supported inclusion in American Vision for Safer Transportation through Advancement of Revolutionary Technologies (S. 1885) a federal advisory committee on control and access to vehicle data.

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Supported efforts to repeal certain provision of Affordable Care Act: Employer Mandate, Health Insurance Tax, Cadillac Tax, small group expansion requirement, 40-hour full-time designation, and Medical Device Tax. Supported efforts to expand health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) benefits; supported the Commonsense Reporting Act of 2017 (S 1908 / HR 3919); supported the Bipartisan HSA Improvement Act of 2018 (HR 5138); supported developing legislation to establish federal chemical labeling standards. Supported 40 hours 13 full-time S.1786; Save American Workers HR 3798; supported STARS Act HR 3956; supported Marketplace Fairness Act S.976.

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Supported extension of SPA loan program stimulus provisions in the ARRA.

-

Encouraged inclusion of aftermarket technology and research in ITS initiatives across DOT; discussed concerns over trucker hours of service and CSA program; commented on Electronic Data Recorder final rule.

-

Lobbyists:

LOWE, AARON
FIORE, PAUL
PINKHAM, DAVID
ANDREWS, SHEILA
Robbins, Matt
HOPKINS, GABRIELLE



Money Spent:

Amount Client Government Entities

$1,050,000

Apr 20, 2020

FIRST QUARTER REPORT

AUTO CARE ASSOCIATION

Trade association for the auto care industry.

Commerce, Dept of (DOC)
Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Natl Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)
Transportation, Dept of (DOT)
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
SENATE
Library of Congress (LOC)
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC)
Intl Trade Administration (ITA)

$440,000

Jan 17, 2020

FOURTH QUARTER REPORT

AUTO CARE ASSOCIATION

Trade association for the auto care industry.

Commerce, Dept of (DOC)
Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Natl Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)
Transportation, Dept of (DOT)
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
SENATE
Library of Congress (LOC)
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC)
Intl Trade Administration (ITA)

$410,000

Oct 21, 2019

THIRD QUARTER REPORT

AUTO CARE ASSOCIATION

Trade association for the auto care industry.

Commerce, Dept of (DOC)
Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Natl Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)
Transportation, Dept of (DOT)
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
SENATE
Library of Congress (LOC)
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC)
Intl Trade Administration (ITA)

$330,000

Jul 19, 2019

SECOND QUARTER REPORT

AUTO CARE ASSOCIATION

Trade association for the auto care industry.

Commerce, Dept of (DOC)
Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Natl Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)
Transportation, Dept of (DOT)
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
SENATE
Library of Congress (LOC)
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC)
Intl Trade Administration (ITA)

$150,000

Apr 22, 2019

FIRST QUARTER REPORT

AUTO CARE ASSOCIATION

Trade association for the auto care industry.

Commerce, Dept of (DOC)
Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Natl Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)
Transportation, Dept of (DOT)
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
SENATE
Library of Congress (LOC)
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC)
Intl Trade Administration (ITA)

$110,000

Jan 17, 2019

FOURTH QUARTER REPORT

AUTO CARE ASSOCIATION

Trade association for the auto care industry.

Commerce, Dept of (DOC)
Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Natl Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)
Transportation, Dept of (DOT)
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
SENATE
Library of Congress (LOC)
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC)
Intl Trade Administration (ITA)