FWEDA joins EDA in D.C. to advocate for dealers
Leaders from Far West and EDA joined dealers, lawmakers and others from the agricultural industry for Dealer Day on Capital Hill March 6 in Washington, D.C. The annual event gives the equipment industry an opportunity to meet with lawmakers from across Far West territories to discuss pressing issues that affect dealership businesses and agricultural interests.
Topics dealers discussed with their elected representatives included:
- A permanent repeal of the death tax, which unfairly burdens small businesses
- Support for trade agreements that level the playing field for U.S. Companies that import and export goods
- Workforce Development and Immigration Reform that includes adopting the Tillis-Harris Amendment
- Rural Infrastructure Development that includes long-term investments in our national infrastructure