Members of the ARRL Ad Hoc Legislative Advisory Committee met in September with several members of Congress to "reacquaint the lawmakers with Amateur Radio's most-pressing issues," request their continuing support and "seek their input on the best ways to achieve ARRL's objectives in Congress," according to the ARRL Letter.
The committee had previously made a comprehensive review of perceived
deficiencies in the Amateur Radio Parity Act, a bill aimed at reducing limitations
on amateur radio operation in private land use regulations, and discussed its
proposed changes with the members of Congress. At press time, there had been no
updates on the results of those meetings.