Join us for NPMA’s Legislative Day, a once-a-year conference designed to increase the awareness of the key legislative and regulatory issues impacting the pest management industry. Legislative Day will be held in February 24-26, 2019.
The Ohio Pest Management Association (OPMA) has traditionally had tremendous representation at National Legislative Days in Washington D.C. The Ohio contingency has been able to make a difference by sharing our concerns and increasing awareness. This year there are many “Hot Topics” to be discussed and Ohio representation is imperative.
While much of Congress’ attention has been focused on high profile issues like economic recovery, health care reform and the conflicts abroad, many issues that NPMA has been closely monitoring for the last year are still pending, and will be highlighted at Legislative Day.
What is Legislative Day?
NPMA represents your interests on Capitol Hill, but no one voice carries more weight with your elected official than your own. For a quarter century, PMPs have increased awareness, knowledge and support of the $6B pest management industry among Members of Congress.
Don’t sit on the sidelines and let others misinform policymakers. Join fellow CEOs, managers, suppliers, technicians, and others in visiting federal lawmakers and their staffs on Capitol Hill as part of Legislative Day and make a difference in advancing the future of the pest management industry.
Why Attend Legislative Day?
NPMA represents your interests on Capitol Hill, but no one’s voice carries more weight with your elected officials than your own. By sharing information and articulating concerns, you will increase awareness, knowledge and boost support for our expanding industry. Join fellow CEOs, managers, suppliers, technicians, and others in visiting federal lawmakers and their staffs on Capitol Hill as part of Legislative Day and help make a difference in advancing the future of the pest management industry.
Meet Your Members of Congress
When we receive your registration, we will contact your U.S. Senators to request an appointment between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Tuesday. We ask you to set up an appointment directly with your House member, but we are pleased to help.