Updates from ASLA

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Saving Licensure Reciprocity in New Mexico

Over the last few weeks the State Government Affairs team worked closely with the ASLA New Mexico Chapter to influence the outcome of NM House Bill 191, a comprehensive licensing bill that among other provisions would have created reciprocity licensure barriers for landscape architects who’ve practiced for less than two years.Read More

Landscape Architects Needed for Federal Positions

ASLA encourages its members who want to make a difference and want a seat at the table to use the White House “get involved” portal to apply for political appointment positions, including full-time policy positions and volunteer advisory boards and committees.Read More

Landscape Architects Poised to Lead New Era of Infrastructure

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act makes significant investments in the nation's transportation, water, renewable energy, and broadband infrastructure. The legislation incorporates 13 of the transportation, water, and natural resource policy recommendations sent to Congress by ASLA’s Government Affairs team.Read More

Ban on Permanent Fencing at the U.S. Capitol

ASLA advocated for legislation that would prevent permanent fencing around the Capitol in the aftermath of the January 6 insurrection. Thanks to a new law ASLA supported, temporary fencing installed for a September 15 demonstration came down immediately following the event.Read More