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An equitable U.S.-Canada trade agreement will provide a reliable, affordable supply of lumber to provide homes for American families.
While building codes protect public health and safety, government agencies often use them to back-door other policies.
OSHA's rule, intended to reduce exposure to airborne concentrations of silica dust, is not practicable for the home building industry.
NAHB supports federal efforts to address overly burdensome regulations, especially those that impact small businesses.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma caused between $150 billion and $200 billion in damage to Texas and Florida, comparable to the costs from Hurricane Katrina...
A skilled and capable workforce that is adequate to meet demand is vital to the nation’s home builders and the families that come to them.
The Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) is the most successful affordable rental housing production program in U.S. history.
Comprehensive reforms to the housing finance system will ensure that housing credit is available and affordable.
Minimizing a home’s impact on the environment conserves natural resources.
Home builders need a clear definition of what constitutes waters of the United States.
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