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Using Washington chaos as a ladder

I recently attended a Washington meeting of the PILC that drew the top paid execs and top elected members of all industry groups Among the action items was a sign-on letter recognizing the 10th anniversary of WaterSense PILC can make gains with this administration and in Congress, however, when it comes to infrastructure spending There are multiple feuding factions in Congress, but almost all of them can be persuaded on infrastructure investment

An actor on my favorite TV show once uttered the line, “Chaos isn’t a pit. Chaos is a ladder.” We can find that ladder these days in Washington where there are plenty of people acting in ways inimical to our industry. There are those who want to eliminate Energy Star and the WaterSense program, which have formed the basis of our industry’s research, product development, manufacturing and sales for decades. And yet there is chaos in the agencies and in Congress, pitting

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