Bills are determined to be KEY VOTES when they meet the following criteria:
- Policies that create stability and predictability for manufacturing.
- Policies that promote the development, training, and education of everyone who has or wants a career in manufacturing.
- Policies that encourage investment in Research and Development, product, and process innovation; and/or
- Policies that create a more competitive business climate.
Lawmakers voting record on key votes will be tracked and recorded. Legislators having a voting record that aligns with MAME’s position at least 75% of the time on MAME established KEY VOTES will be recognized at the conclusion of the 130th Session as “Legislative Champions”.
Grassroots & Advocacy Toolkit
How a bill becomes law (two forms detailed and simplified)
Tips for testifying, writing testimony, links to legislative committees, click here.
Contact your Legislator
MAME Policy Committee
David Fortin, Chair
Aaron Atkinson, Education and Workforce
Tammy Cowans, Energy/Environment
John Hadwen, Taxation
Amy Tardiff, Business Regulations