Today, Self-Insurance Industry Association of America, Inc. (SIIA) members face a daunting slate of federal legislative and regulatory issues, making it even more important to help elect candidates to federal office who understand our issues. Increasingly, your business and customers are impacted by regulation, legislation and various government activities, such as healthcare reform, tax, and potential regulatory and legislative action.
This is why SIIA and its members formed the Self-Insurance Political Action Committee (SIPAC) - to raise our profile with lawmakers involved in these policy discussions and to enhance our advocacy on important issues which affect the well-being of our industry.
SIPAC uses contributions from members like you to offer a unified industry voice in Washington, advocating for issues and establishing critical and ongoing relationships with key federal candidates.
SIPAC supports the interests of the self-insurance and alternative risk transfer industries before candidates for federal office. Representing over 2,000 members, SIPAC works closely with policymakers in Washington, D.C. and across the country to directly impact issues and legislation that affects the self-insurance world. Learn more about SIPAC below.
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Contributions to SIPAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions are voluntary and are used for political purposes. The guidelines are merely suggestions. You are free to contribute more or less than the guidelines suggest and SIPAC will not favor or disadvantage you by reason of the amount contributed or the decision not to contribute. Contributions that cannot be deposited into SIPAC will be used for other grassroots and political purposes. Federal law requires SIPAC to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and the name of the employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year. SIPAC may only accept contributions from U.S. Citizens or foreign nationals lawfully admitted to the U.S. for permanent residence.