Help Create the AIACC’s 2014 Legislative Agenda

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One of the primary functions of the AIA California Council is to represent AIA Members before the California State Legislature, which writes and votes on laws that can impact the architectural profession, business, employees, our communities, and the built and natural environments in California.

The AIACC often proactively proposes changes to state law to benefit the profession and business of architecture.

In order to successfully propose positive changes to state law, the AIACC annually surveys its Membership for suggested changes to state law.

You can help the AIACC create its governmental advocacy agenda for next year. The primary focus of this survey is to identify issues impeding your ability to practice that can be addressed with the state government by the AIACC. Please complete the survey by this Friday, October 4th, 2013. Thank you for your participation.

Click here to participate in survey.


Mark Christian, Hon. AIACC

Mark Christian, Hon. AIACC, is the Director of Legislative Affairs for the AIA California Council, a position he has held since 1999. In this position, Mark is responsible for monitoring the CA State Legislature, identifying bills of interest to the profession, developing and implementing strategies for the positive outcome of legislation of interest to the profession, and representing the profession before the legislature. Prior to joining the AIACC, Mark worked for the State Assembly for nine years in several capacities, including as a policy consultant on several significant environmental laws. He holds a B.A. in Economics from the California State University, Sacramento.

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