Government Affairs Digest - February 2023

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Last Chance to register Advocacy Impact Day

Only a few spots remain for Advocacy Impact Day on March 28-29. Join us to make your voice heard and unite with colleagues and other industry professionals to advocate for issues critical to the real estate management industry.
Meeting with lawmakers is critical for the future health and growth of the industry, and IREM is streamlining the process to make your voice heard.

Register for Advocacy Impact Day

If you already registered, please access the materials for your meetings with legislators. Our factsheets include information on:

  • Respect State Housing Laws Act (H.R. 802)
  • Choice in Affordable Housing Act (S.32)
  • IREM Fact Sheet
  • 2023 IREM Policy Priorities

Attendees can also access the Orientation Manual which will provide an overview of the issues to lobby, tricks of the trade, top 10 things Hill staffers hate to hear, and how to get access the House & Senate office buildings.

Advocacy Impact Day webinar recording

Listen to our webinar from February 15 which informed members attending Advocacy Impact Day: 

  • How to identify and contact your member of Congress (Representatives and Senators)
  • Suggestions on how to schedule your meetings in Washington, D.C.
  • Preparation & do’s & don’ts
  • Follow-up

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Contact IREM Government Affairs to present at your Chapter meeting!

Are you interested in having the IREM HQ Government Affairs team present at your next Chapter meeting? Some of our past presentations addressed rent control, cannabis legislation, affordable housing, and Section 8 vouchers. Feel free to contact our office if you are interested in presenting an Advocacy issue impacting the industry. We look forward to hearing from you!

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