International nameplate automobile dealers are uniquely impacted by federal legislation and policy, driving AIADA to focus its lobbying efforts on global trade and the world economies, tax structure, and federal regulation of auto dealers. AIADA seeks to ensure that the policymakers understand how their decisions affect AIADA dealer members, their employees, and their customers.

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AIADA’s grassroots advocacy program exists to ensure that the policymakers understand how the decisions made in Washington, D.C. impact America’s 9,400 international brand dealerships and their 549,000 employees. Visit our Action Center to learn more about the issues AIADA is tracking, how you can get more involved in advocating for your business, and quickly and easily contact your Member of Congress.

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The Week in Review: July 8, 2024

On Tuesday, in a party-line vote of 25-14, the House Ways & Means Committee advanced a Congressional Review Act resolution of disapproval introduced by Reps. Carol Miller (R-W.Va.) and Jared Golden (D-Maine) to scrap the Treasury Department’s EV tax credit guidance over concerns it violates Congress’ intent when it passed the Inflation Reduction Act and…