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The Security Industry Association has submitted its opposition to New Hampshire’s HB 462, the Digital Fair Repair Act, due to its disclosure mandates for original equipment manufacturers, placing the security condition of certain equipment into a precarious state and jeopardizing warranty policies that have long proven to benefit and protect consumers.Keep Reading »
The Security Industry Association has expressed strong support for Georgia’s SB 15, the Keeping Georgia’s Schools Safe Act, which authorizes public schools to request funding assistance from the state for facility safety improvements.Keep Reading »
On Jan. 31, 2019, the Security Industry Association submitted its opposition to Hawaii SB 425, the Fair Digital Electronic Equipment Repair Act, due to its overly broad and vague equipment definition and potential burdensome impact on member companies.Keep Reading »
The Security Industry Association expressed strong support for Texas’ HB 682, which creates a statewide mobile driver’s license pilot program.Keep Reading »
The Security Industry Association expressed strong support for Missouri’s SB 200, which authorizes creation of a statewide mobile driver’s license program.Keep Reading »
On Jan. 28, 2019, the Security Industry Association expressed strong support for Indiana’s HB 1225 and SB 266, companion bills designed to promote effective security infrastructure in Indiana’s schools.Keep Reading »