The Congressional Management Foundation, a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to helping congressional staff foster improved management practices, recognizes the American Motorcyclist Association’s efforts to fight the lead law.
The lead law banned the making, importing, distributing or selling of any product intended for children 12 and under, including kids' dirtbikes and all-terrain vehicles, that contained more than a specified amount of lead in any accessible part that might be ingested.
CMF is excited to introduce a new feature in which we look at successful advocacy campaigns that align with what congressional staff members have told CMF are effective methods for communicating with Congress. It’s always valuable to learn about real-life examples that support the research!
This month, we’re talking with the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) about their legislatively successful and award-winning “Kids Just Want To Ride!” advocacy campaign.
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The AMA could not have accomplished this without you!