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AIA Pennsylvania Legislative Accomplishments for 2022

AIA advocates for its members at every level of government: Local,  State, and Federal.  However, AIA Pennsylvania is uniquely positioned and qualified to advocate for AIA Pennsylvania members in Harrisburg.  They are working on advocacy for architects and architecture every day, and in 2022 they accomplished alot.  AIA Philadelphia works closely and supports the work that our State Chapter does on behalf of our shared members and we want to congratulate and express our gratitude for their efforts over the past year.

District Days | Meet & Greet Your Elected Officials

"The main objectives – get to know your legislators by sharing the impact and challenges of your profession and a few key issues that need your voice."

Advocacy On the Boards
“Advocacy On the Boards” is a monthly update from the AIA Pennsylvania Government Affairs Team to inform members of the great work “on the boards” ensuring architects are at the policymaker’s table to affect positive and equitable social, environmental, and economic outcomes for the profession and the commonwealth.

-The Environment & High-Performance Building
-State Budget - Major Housing Advancements

Government Affairs Committee 2022 Wrap Message from President Adam Trott

"The Government Affairs Committee has further solidified our standing in the State Capitol. Now state legislators call us for position statements on issues instead of us calling them. "
-C-PACE Expansion Signed Into Law
-New Building Codes Effective Early 2022


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