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Senators Burr And Tester Reintroduce RPM Act In US Senate

Americans send more than 1.5 million letters urging Congress to sign the RPM Act into law.

FTC Report Supports Expanding Consumers’ Repair Options

Federal Trade Commission supports association complaints regarding OE concerns about independent repair facilities.

US House Reviews PPP Processes, Loan Forgiveness

Two hearings were held to discuss the current status and future recommendations for the Paycheck Protection Program.

PPP Application Deadline Extended To August 8

Lawmakers recently enacted the PPP Flexibility Act to provide companies more options on how funds are used.

US House Unveils ‘Moving Forward Act’

The legislation includes a motor vehicle safety title that consists of previously introduced bills and provisions.

Chicago Passes New Electric Vehicle Ordinance

The city council recently passed the Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment-Ready, or EVSE-Ready, ordinance.

VA Gov. Signs Vehicle Safety Inspection Program Legislation

Regular safety inspections by a qualified tech can identify most safety issues, according to ASA.

Congress Intends To Add $250B For Small Business PPP Loans

The PPP loan was a key component of the CARES Act, which became law on March 27.

US Senate Passes 3rd Coronavirus Stimulus Package

U.S. House of Representatives to consider proposal this week.

ASA Testifies At Massachusetts Right To Repair Hearing

Automotive Service Association President Ray Fisher testified at the hearing.

Missouri House Committee Passes Anti-Vehicle Safety Inspection Legislation

Despite testimonies in support of the Missouri safety inspection program from ASA-Midwest member Ben Steinman, the Missouri state highway patrol, AAA and other organizations at the Committee’s Feb. 7 hearing, the bill has continued to gather support in the Missouri House.

Anti-Safety Inspection Legislation Introduced In West Virginia, New Hampshire

The two introduced bills are the latest in a recent series of legislation designed to dismantle or weaken a state’s safety inspection program, says ASA.