More stories about Legislation

  • Pencils Down

    Being an engaged voter has never been easier for architects.

  • Unbuilt Washington

    The Architect of the Capitol surveys the city of Washington that almost was, in an exhibit at the National Building Museum.

  • Safer-Table Saw Law Proposed

    Mandating injury mitigation technology in table saws, as in a recently proposed California law, seems like a fine idea to me

  • Friends of Architecture

    The AIA’s political action committee, ArchiPAC, has donated $69,000 to congressional candidates and political committees so far this year. Here’s the list of recipients.

  • A Lobbying Case Study

    Here's how the profession is navigating the crowded halls of government, in Washington, D.C., and beyond.

  • How to Make Friends and Influence Policy

    ARCHITECT follows the AIA's lobbyists into the complex world of government advocacy.

  • Local Legislation

    Architects are lobbying on behalf of architecture around the country.

  • Booster Seats

    Beyond the business of bricks and mortar, public service is more than an elective for some architects.

  • Lawsuit Against USGBC Dismissed

    The U.S. District Court in New York City dismisses Henry Gifford's class action suit.

  • Is Today's Big Tomorrow's Small?

    The difference between small and big in the federal market has very large consequences.