Pa. Congressmen Establish Auto Care Caucus

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March 15, 2017—A pair of U.S. representatives from Pennsylvania, Republican Scott Perry and Brendan Boyle, are set to co-chair a bipartisan Auto Care Caucus.

Perry and Boyle aim to advance an agenda that will benefit all aspects of the auto care industry. This is the second iteration of the Auto Care Caucus; one was initially established in the 114th Congress, according to the Auto Care Association, whose goals include “developing a team of legislators in the auto care industry’s corner when it comes to impacting legislation under consideration on Capitol Hill.”

Perry and Boyle stated in a recent letter “We’ll look to draft legislation that benefits all parties involved in the automotive industry, which in turn further advances consumer satisfaction.”

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