Registration opens for NPMA’s 2024 Legislative Day


January 11, 2024



The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) will host 2024 Legislative Day from March 10-12 in Washington, D.C.

This annual event provides an opportunity to meet with legislators and Capitol Hill staff to share the vital role pest management plays in protecting public health, food and property. Legislative Day enables pest management professionals (PMPs) to present a united front with their peers from across the country to ensure pesticide preemption is passed at a federal level so only state-wide agencies, and not localities can regulate the sale and use of pesticides. PMPs’ efforts will bring forth the change needed to effectively serve customers and communities through the safest and most consistent approach to pest management.

Also during Legislative Day, the NPMA aims to grow its political action committee, PestPAC, which is bipartisan and bicameral. The NPMA said it prides itself on contributing to members of Congress who have a track record of demonstrated support for the pest control industry. Contributions to PestPAC will be given to members of Congress who understand and appreciate what the thousands of PMPs across the country do to support public health and property, the NPMA said.

For more information on the event, visit the NPMA Legislative Day website. Registration for the event is now available.

About the National Pest Management Association

The National Pest Management Association is a non-profit organization with more than 4,000 members. It was established in 1933 to support the pest management industry’s commitment to the protection of public health, food, and property from the diseases and dangers of pests. The association has had many notable leaders over the years, including Pest Management Professional Hall of Famers Bill Buettner (Class of 1998), Dr. Ralph Heal (Class of 2003), Dr. Phil Spear (Class of 2004), and Bob Rosenberg (Class of 2013), to name just a few.


About the Author

Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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