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us-capitol-building-1a.jpgThe Hearth Patio & Barbecue Association's Government Affairs Department works to serve its members' businesses by advocating the industry's interests to all levels of government, promoting the industry's growth, and protecting the industry from restrictive public policy and regulation. HPBA works on pro-industry federal and state legislation and supports HPBA affiliates, especially through local Code Coordinators. We advocate for NFI-trained installers in our industry, work on small business issues, building codes and standards for both the U.S. and Canada, and have been actively promoting wood stove changeout programs in the U.S. and Canada. HPBA Members can access all up to date information through our new member portal, including current New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Tax Credit updates. Not a member? Don't worry! You can join North America's premier association dedicated to hearth, patio and barbecue products. Join here! What's Hot Department of Energy Challenge New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) 2012/2013 Tax Credit Information Fireplace and Stove Glass Safety HPBA Government Affairs News & Updates From Capitol Hill to your state legislature, HPBA and its affiliate work to protect and promote the hearth, patio and barbecue industry. Learn about our current and past advocacy efforts and what we have accomplished with your help.

us-capitol-building-1a.jpgThe Hearth Patio & Barbecue Association's Government Affairs Department works to serve its members' businesses by advocating on behalf of the industry's interests at all levels of government, promoting the industry's growth, and protecting the industry from restrictive public policies and regulation.

HPBA works on pro-industry federal and state legislation and supports HPBA affiliates, especially through local Code Coordinators.  We advocate for NFI-trained installers in our industry, work on small business issues, building codes and standards for both the U.S. and Canada, and have been actively promoting wood stove changeout programs in the U.S. and Canada.

Manufacturing members can find more information about upcoming product section meetings through the MyHPBA member portal.

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HPBA Government Affairs News & Updates

From Capitol Hill to your state legislature, HPBA and its affiliates work to protect and promote the hearth, patio and barbecue industry. Learn about our current and past advocacy efforts and what we have accomplished with your help.

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Be an Industry Advocate!

Help the hearth industry by sending letters to your elected officials through our Legislative Action Center, organize a tour of your facility for your Member of Congress, or become a Code Coordinator through your affiliate.

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