Phillip M. Perry
Not sure what the Affordable Care Act means for your business? We spell it all out for you. [More]
The California Spa and Pool Education Council have narrowed in on the issues it will focus on in the 2013 legislative season, including unlicensed contractors, minimum wage increases and more. Read about the bills here. [More]
Keeping up-to-date on the pool and spa-related legislature in your state can give you an edge on what you can expect in the future. Here's what the APSP is watching right now. [More]
The California Spa and Pool Education Council released their year-end legislative report, which details its 2012 efforts for legislation that benefits pool and spa professionals.
The report cover... [More]
Last week AQUA reported that the state of California had signed into law “AB 2114, a bill sponsored by SPEC that will modernize building codes governing the construction of swimming pool and spa... [More]
California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed AB 2114, a bill sponsored by SPEC that will modernize building codes governing the construction of swimming pool and spas. There is nothing in the legis... [More]
Last week, a bill sponsored by the California Spa & Pool Industry Education Council passed in both houses of the legislature and was sent to the Governor for his signature. AB 2114, by Assembly Me... [More]
A bill sponsored by SPEC has been unanimously passed by California’s Senate Health Committee. If passed, AB 2114 would ensure that the terms and requirements of Title 24 pool building regu... [More]
The pool and spa industry is drowning in legislation — how is it affecting you?
In the 41 years our firm has built pools and sold supplies in Texas, we have seen a vast increase in the amount of... [More]
Last week we reported that the U.S. Department of Justice had extended the deadline for compliance with the ADA deadline for existing pools and spas to Jan. 31, 2013. Since then, the DOJ has posted so... [More]