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California Metal Finishers Holding Legislative Action Days March 18-19

The event allows metal finishers from the state to visit with lawmakers in Sacramento and discuss business situations in the industry.
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The Metal Finishing Associations of Southern California and Northern California will hold its annual Legislative Action Days on March 18-19.

The event allows metal finishers from the state to visit with lawmakers in Sacramento and discuss business situations in the industry.

The events begin on Monday, March 18 with an open MFASC/MFANC board meeting at 4 p.m., followed by an evening reception and dinner. On Tuesday, March 19, the capitol visits are scheduled for members to meet with their local representatives on issues concerning metal finishers.

For information, visit mfaca.org/

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