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Continue to build and develop the reputation of the organization among legislators and staff.
Pass Legislation dealing with provisional licensing and requiring consistently in testing.
Play defense against any negative proposals, such as anti rodenticides or continued over reach by the department of agriculture. Depending upon the makeup of the legislature, this is likely to be a very defensive session.
Increase visibility for members of the NPMA with legislators, including visits during the session to make introductions to leadership and key legislators.
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