President Trump released his FY2019 budget request on Monday. Please find a NATaT report summarizing document here. Please note: The President’s $4.4 trillion budget request was finalized before the Bipartisan Budget Act (BBA) of 2018 was signed into law on February 9, 2018. The BBA raises spending caps for defense and non-defense discretionary funding by[…]
Today, NATaT released a report analyzing President Trump’s infrastructure plan. NATaT Report on Trump Infrastructure Plan
The House Ways and Means Committee released the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) on November 2nd. The bill changes or eliminates a number of NATaT’s tax priorities. Contact Congress today and tell them what your community’s tax priorities are. Ask them to defend the tax exempt status of municipal bonds, the state and[…]
As appropriations are in full gear, the Coalition Against Bigger Trucks (CABT) is gathering as many signatures as possible on a letter to Members of Congress. The letter urges your Representatives and Senators to oppose any legislation that will increase truck weight or length. Longer double-trailer trucks or heavier single-trailer trucks will reduce safety and[…]
NATaT recently joined the National Governors Association, the National Association of Counties, and others to form Americans Against Double Taxation, a coalition fighting to preserve the state and local tax deduction in tax reform. Last week, the coalition sent a joint letter to Congressional tax-writers urging them to preserve the state and local tax deduction[…]
As part of NATaT’s annual fly-in to Washington D.C., the Minnesota Association of Townships met with Senator Al Franken (D-MN).
NATaT Submits Proposals for Broadband Deployment to Senior Staff on Capitol Hill. NATaT Broadband Legislative and Policy Recommendations
NATaT Board of Directors Provides 2017 Federal Priorities to the White House
On March 16, President Donald J. Trump released a broad 62-page outline of his Administration’s proposals for a portion of the spending side of the fiscal year (FY) 2018 federal budget, entitled “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again. Find NATaT’s analysis here.
Congressmen Dave Reichert (R-WA) and John Larson (D-CT) re-introduced the Volunteer Responder Incentive Protection Act (VRIPA). A NATaT priority, VRIPA is a bipartisan bill that would provide a tax exemption on the benefits volunteer firefighters and emergency medical services (EMS) personnel receive from their communities. Find a joint press release announcing the bill’s introduction here.