Owners of off-road diesel equipment – primarily construction contractors, but also ski, airline, mining and other industries – faced the promulgation of an off-road diesel engine regulation targeting PM and NOx emissions that threatened their core business model.
As the health care reform debate began to heat up in California and at the national level in late 2006 and early 2007, Miller Public Affairs Group was retained to engage large employers, including Fortune 500 companies, in a business-led coalition committed to advancing market-based health care reform.
For years, state and local politicians have used a loophole in the law to raise taxes by disguising them as "fees" – circumventing Constitutional requirements for passing taxes on goods like food, gas, cell phones and even emergency services.
Miller Public Affairs Group has a long history of delivering for our clients. Our firm has successfully worked to develop overall strategy and an approach to implementing those strategies in a way that delivers results for corporations, trade associations and nonprofit organizations in the communications, public affairs, coalition building and policy/regulatory arenas.
To the left are three case studies demonstrating our approach to client challenges and the solutions we developed and implemented to achieve results.