Video: NAHB Chairman Updates Members on Key Priorities

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In this month’s Chairman's Update, newly installed NAHB 2021 Chairman of the Board, Chuck Fowke, discusses the latest issues and advocacy priorities of the Federation, including addressing rising lumber prices and ensuring President Biden’s stimulus proposal includes necessary assistance to the home building industry. To learn more about what NAHB is doing to support your business, subscribe to NAHBNow and visit valueofnahb.org.

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