Online Exclusive: A public policy lesson for plumbing, hydronic contractors

Radiant Professionals Alliance and American Society of Sanitary Engineering recently created public policy committees. Public policy committees engage and interact with various policymaking bodies to protect, respond and advocate for the issues facing the radiant and hydronics industry. The issues facing these two organizations are endless; on both the federal and state levels, they encounter a daunting amount of requirements affecting their businesses success.

Dain M. Hansen

Record-low approval ratings, stalemate, can’t agree, won’t compromise — these are just a few of the terms that arise when talking about our policymakers in Washingt

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