You Auto Know Week in Review: June 9, 2017

Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), influential Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, who had previously expressed opposition to the BAT, made comments earlier this week indicating that the BAT should remain "on the table" as an option to pay for proposed tax cuts. The congressional architects of the Better Way tax reform plan, as well as pro-BAT American Made Coalition, also continue to push the BAT.

You Auto Know Week in Review: May 19, 2017

Following a general tax reform hearing held yesterday by the House Ways & Means Committee, it has been announced that a hearing focused on the BAT, “Increasing U.S Competitiveness and Preventing American Jobs from Moving Overseas,” will be held by the Committee on Tuesday, May 23rd. AIADA will submit written testimony for the hearing record and encourages dealers to continue reaching out to Congress to encourage pro-growth tax reform that does not include the harmful and divisive BAT.

You Auto Know Week in Review: May 5, 2017

The House of Representatives is preparing to return home for another week-long recess and as always when they are back in the district, it is the perfect time to reach out to them, invite them for a dealer visit or attend a town hall. Following Thursday’s vote to repeal Obamacare, it is widely expected that upon returning to Washington on the week of May 15, the House will now turn its full attention to tax reform.

You Auto Know: March 31, 2017

As Congress turns its attention to tax reform and the proposal put forth by House Republican leadership, there is growing opposition to the BAT. We are seeing some signals that our message, and that of a broad coalition of concerned industries, is getting through on Capitol Hill. While this is good news, we cannot let up on the pressure on lawmakers to kill the BAT, once and for all.

You Auto Know: March 24, 2017

Has your Member of Congress been to your store(s) in the last two years?

If the answer is NO, sign up TODAY to Host a Dealer Visit. AIADA will do the legwork for you to make the process as simple as possible. Members of Congress will be at home in their districts for two weeks in mid-April and it's not too late to get a Dealer Visit on the schedule. But, time is running short, so don't delay!