NAHB is an active participant on Capitol Hill and in the federal regulatory process, working hard to promote housing in America. Resolutions adopted by NAHB's Board of Directors touch on key housing issues such as removing regulatory barriers to building affordable housing, protecting property rights, providing tax relief for small businesses, promoting smart growth, and assuring the U.S. housing finance system remains strong. These resolutions inform staff and volunteer advocacy work, whether we’re talking to federal legislators, writing comment letters on proposed regulations, or preparing the budget for the next fiscal year.
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Learn more about the resolutions process and due dates for submitting resolutions.
To date, one resolution has been submitted for consideration by the NAHB Board of Directors through the NAHB resolutions process at the upcoming board meeting. The resolution relates to NAHB’s support for sustainable, resilient and high performance homes.
Here is the full text of the resolution.
Resolutions and recommendations can still be submitted for consideration at the upcoming board meeting, but will require a two-thirds majority vote (rather than a simple majority) for passage by the board. To submit a resolution, the full resolution should be emailed to Ed Brady, Chairman of the Board, through Jessica Lynch at NAHB (800-368-5242, x8401), by a director currently serving on NAHB's Board of Directors.