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about what’s happening – and what might happen – in the Washington, D.C. and, just as importantly, how to affect the process. We need to keep the momentum going and aggressively insert maintenance into policymaking. ARSA is a strong advocate for your interests, but you must be as well. The next opportunity to come to the nation’s capital and help move your industry’s agenda forward is March 14 – 16 when the association will be hosting its annual Legislative Day and Symposium. Mark your calendars and plan to join us for what’s sure to be another top-flight learning and engagement opportunity. To see everything that happened when maintenance leaders “engaged for effect” in Washington, D.C., visit arsa.org/slc-2017.


Christian A. Klein is the managing member of Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein P.L.C., overseeing the firm’s policy


advocacy practice. He represents trade associations as a registered federal lobbyist and provides strategic communications and legal counsel services to clients. He is executive vice president of the Aeronautical Repair Station Association and represents the American Concrete Pressure Pipe Association.


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