The AAF protects and promotes advertising at all levels of government through grassroots activities. Our nation-wide network monitors advertising-related legislation on local, state and federal levels. We put our members face to face with influential lawmakers while encouraging self-regulation as a preemptor to government intervention, when appropriate of course.
Government Report

Government Report

Get caught up on legislative activity with this monthly, member-only newsletter that highlights recent legislation and related activity within advertising.

Regulatory Corner

Browse current initiatives the AAF is taking to work with federal, state and local legislators on issues concerning the advertising industry.

Legislative Alerts

Read Legislative Alerts that include updates and news on today's latest legislation activity.
Advertising Advocacy

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Advertising Advocacy

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Position Papers

Review our position papers and discover where we stand on controversial topics throughout the industry.


Day on the Hill

Advertising professionals from around the country will learn about the vital issues facing our industry and take to the halls of Congress to educate lawmakers about the vital role advertising plays in the U.S. economy.


Is Prescription Drug Advertising Really Harmful?

In response to a 2015 AdAge article, the AAF's EVP of Government Affairs, Clark Rector, discusses the highly regulated and scrutinized category of advertising: pharmaceuticals.

Senate Bill Limits Ad Deductibility

Senator Max Baucus, D-Mont., Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee released draft tax reform legislation that takes direct aim at advertising.

Ad Tax Deductibility Proposal Worse Than We Thought

Credible sources within the House Ways and Means Committee confirmed that not only does limiting the deduction for advertising costs remain on the table for tax reform, but that the proposal could be even worse than we feared.