The insights industry scored important legislative victories in the last month for pharmaceutical MR in Pennsylvania, data security in Utah, and more COVID-19 small business loans and grants at the federal level and in California. At the same time, we’re staring down lots of problematic legislation, including a new comprehensive data privacy law in Virginia and a complex excise tax on data collection in New York. Meanwhile, advocacy continues on issues like: California A.B. 2257; worrisome legislation in Congress that would allow for the unionization of research subjects; limitations on coronavirus-related exposure liability; the census; and restrictions on exit polling.
A look back, counting down the Insights Association's top seven advocacy wins from the last decade that helped our marketing research and data analytics industry members create competitive advantage.
Last Updated:April 15, 2015
New Hampshire law restricts political advocacy telephone calls, which it calls "push-polling." Thanks to a reform (S.B.
The New Hampshire Attorney General (AG) office's crusade against a supposed push poll law violator appears to be over.
Concord, New Hampshire – April 24, 2014 – Governor Maggie Hassan (D) made New Hampshire safe for polling yesterday by signing a bill into law that eliminates her state’s restrictions on legitimate
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A “Push Poll” Problem: New Hampshire on the right track to fix misguided law and protect real survey and opinion research
Thanks to the state’s misguided “push poll” law, New Hampshire has proven a legal minefield for political survey and opinion research.
A bill to fix New Hampshire's misguided "push poll" law passed the state Senate and will be discussed at a House committee hearing on Tuesday.
Legislation (authored with MRA's assistance) is advancing in New Hampshire that would fix the state's misguided "push poll" law and alleviate the law's threat to real research.