The NDAB recognizes the direct relationship between the home building industry and the government process. There is a wide range of legislation, regulations and judicial decisions that affect the home building industry, and NDAB is there to represent your interests. When issues important to the building industry are considered by the North Dakota Legislative Assembly, the NDAB is watching out for your business.
There are hundreds of bills introduced during each Legislative Session that could make a drastic difference in your ability to operate in the home building industry. NDAB is there to help keep legislators informed on the home building industry and its issues, and also to provide members with updates on legislative activity.
The 63rd Legislative Assembly is made up of the Senate with 47 senators and the House of Representatives with 94 representatives.
Generally, the senators from even-numbered districts were elected to four-year terms at the 2012 general election and the senators from odd-numbered districts will be elected to four-year terms at the November 2014 general election.
Two representatives are elected from each of 47 districts. Generally, the representatives from even-numbered districts were elected to four-year terms at the 2012 general election and the representatives from odd-numbered districts will be elected to four-year terms at the November 2014 general election.
Federal Legislative Affairs
NDAB works closely with NAHB to stand up for affordable housing and housing choice when new federal laws and policies are established. We are part of one of the largest federations in the country, and have a powerful voice on Capitol Hill.