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Going to DC for the NAHB Spring Meeting? Register today!

April 29, 2024

BIAW members across Washington will join hundreds of their peers June 10-14 for the NAHB Spring Meeting and Leadership Conference in Washington, DC. Want to join them? Here’s what you need to know.

NAHB Spring Meeting

NAHB’s annual Spring Leadership Meeting brings together the Leadership Council, Board of Directors, committee and council members, and executive officers to make decisions and provide guidance on advocacy, membership and the future of the association.

You must register to attend! 

Legislative Conference

Builders and other members will join government affairs staff from BIAW and local associations to meet with their representatives. NAHB’s most important lobbying event in 2024, the NAHB Legislative Conference will be June 12. This is our chance to speak one-on-one with our elected representatives on Capitol Hill and to push for housing policies that will help us and our industry. Learn more about the Legislative Conference.

Register to attend! 

Learn the key issues to discuss with your federal leaders

In preparation for the 2024 Legislative Conference on June 12 in Washington, D.C., NAHB encourages everyone to attend a live webinar on May 16, at noon Pacific to learn more about the key issues to discuss with their legislators.

The Issues Briefing webinar will feature NAHB policy experts who will provide members with the most impactful and timely information on the housing industry’s challenges. These high-priority topics will include strategies to address:

  • Fixing supply chain disruptions to boost transformer production;
  • Reversing a disastrous energy codes policy that places homeownership out of reach for families; and
  • Easing the chronic workforce shortage by keeping Job Corps fully funded.

In addition to the webinar, the NAHB Government Affairs team has compiled resources on for members, including:

  • U.S. Senate and House directories
  • Lobbying tips
  • Template meeting invitations
  • A one-page summary of each issue
  • A brochure to help prepare meeting talking points

Register for the webinar

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