National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association

Dealers Talk Regs, SLA, and Taxes During Capitol Hill Visits
Judge's Injunction Stops Progress on Overtime Rule; Its Long-Term Future Remains in Doubt
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Judge's Injunction Stops Progress on Overtime Rule; Its Long-Term Future Remains in Doubt

Last week a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction on the rule, but the... More

Dealers Tell Congress: We Have Seven Issues You Should Tackle
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Capitalizing on Congressional Letter, NLBMDA Asks Dealers to Increase Pressure on Overtime Rule

Group seeks to boost the numbers of Capitol Hill leaders speaking up on the issue More

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NLBMDA Reiterates: Innocent Sellers Fairness Act Is a Priority for Us

ProSales' anti-ISFA editorial draws critics More

Analysis: Fed Initiatives Could Loosen Your Links with Subs, Tighten Them with Staff
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It's Time for Dealers to Lose Your Innocence

Opinion: Don't call yourself a product expert as you push for legal protection from what you sell More

NLBMDA Dealers Take Their Message to Congress
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NLBMDA Dealers Take Their Message to Congress

Innocent Sellers Fairness Act, Lead Paint rule revisions, and preservation of the... More

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Here's What's New in NLBMDA's 2014 Policy Agenda

Changes include new language on the National Flood Insurance Program, mandatory use of E-Verify, and an end to "sue and settle" techniques by trial lawyers. More

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NLRB Nixes Union Poster Rule

After losing two federal court challenges, the National Labor Relations Board withdrew a controversial rule that would have required small businesses to display a poster advertising employees' right to unionize. More

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