March 23-24, 2023 | Washington, DC |
Your Voice Matters. Spark Change at Legislative Day.
The 2023 House Schedule was released earlier this month and Congress is unfortunately on recess during the previously-announced program dates. The most important component of Legislative Day is bringing in nearly 400 constituents who advocate directly with their elected leaders on issues imperative to our industry. Therefore, in consultation with NPMA’s leadership, the decision was made to change the dates for Legislative Day to take place March 22-24, 2023 with the Hill day taking place on Thursday, March 23. NPMA was extremely fortunate to be able to quickly locate and confirm sufficient space for the event and will remain at the Capital Hilton again this year.
In the past 20+ years of hosting Legislative Day, NPMA has never had to adjust its schedule based on Congress being on recess. Coming off this year's mid-term elections, it’s vital that we forge relationships with new members of Congress while strengthening the existing ones we have developed over the years. The last time our industry had a chance to do in-person meetings on Capitol Hill was March of 2020. Three years later, we very much want to be in person and present for these important meetings instead of another year of virtual appointments.
2023 is a Farm Bill reauthorization year. This giant piece of legislation takes place twice per decade and we need a strong showing of members to help us get pesticide preemption passed and push back against activists groups that want to limit the authority of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). NPMA has found that our relationships are strongest with Hill offices that we’ve met with in person, and we hope to build upon those relationships through in-person member engagement.
We look forward to seeing you March 22-24, 2023.
Are you in? It’s your industry and your livelihood. So, make plans today to attend NPMA’s 2022 Legislative Day on March 13-15 and make your voice heard. Click here to register today. When we speak with one voice, we can get it done. Let’s show Congress what we’re made of – strength, spirit and commitment in our role as protectors of public health, food and property.
- Keynotes, panel presentations, and sessions covering the latest policy issues, industry data, and challenges facing the pest management industry, including workforce development
- In-person Capitol Hill Visits Thursday, March 22. Capitol Hill is open, and for the first time since 2020, attendees will have the opportunity to meet in person congressional leaders and key staff.
The Legislative Day Kids’ Program is Back!
Bring your children with you to the conference for a special 2-day program designed just for them!
Stay tuned for more information on this exciting Legislative Day Program!