The Window & Door Manufacturers Association’s national policy agenda for 2013 outlines a number of legislative and regulatory policies for the window, door, and skylight industry that will aid in the recovery of the housing and construction industry.
The Window & Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) has released its national policy agenda for 2013. The document outlines a number of legislative and regulatory policies that WDMA sees as top priorities for the window, door, and skylight industry that will aid in the recovery of the housing and construction industry and support continued job creation in the vital US manufacturing sector.
The document is divided into different policy areas covering energy conservation; building codes; environmental stewardship; building safety; housing and economic policy; tax policy; product supply and trade; and workplace/workforce issues. WDMA plans to distribute the agenda to all members of Congress and key Administration officials. It will also be used during WDMA members’ visits with their elected representatives during the WDMA Spring Meeting and Legislative Conference, scheduled for 18-20 March in Washington, DC.