Issues

 Data Breach

The threat of cyber theft and data breaches is real and affects every business and all consumers. In response to the proliferation of highly publicized data breaches, such as Equifax, Congress is working on data breach legislation.

 Fuels

The convenience and fuel retailing industry sells 80% of the motor fuels in the United States.

 Highways and Infrastructure

Congress is working on legislation to build and invest in our nation’s infrastructure and highway system. The White House released principles regarding their infrastructure priorities.

 Labor and Healthcare

NACS is dedicated to working with congressional leaders on labor and healthcare issues so retailers can control their costs and not have to make the choice between offering benefits and hiring new employees.

 Menu Labeling

Providing consumers with the nutrition information they want can be a positive development, but it must allow for sufficient flexibility to allow diverse types of businesses to comply.

 Online Gaming

Lottery sales are best served in brick and mortar retailers. NACS supports the Department of Justice decision to revert back to its long-held precedent.

 Payments Security & Innovation

In the convenience store and fuel retailing industry, the major threat is credit card fraud and theft. Legislation involving data breach notification and data standards impacts retailers who pay for most of the fraud that occurs on payment cards today.

 SNAP

It is critical that Congress and the Administration understand the important role convenience stores in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

 Swipe Fees

NACS has been actively engaged in a variety of related issues such as outrageous interchange fees (also known as "swipe fees"), unfair credit card operating rules and other issues relating to data security.

 Taxes

Convenience store retailers face a complex and fluid tax environment. As Congress considers comprehensive tax reform legislation, NACS will continue to ensure that policymakers recognize the various tax provisions that convenience retailers utilize to create jobs and help provide lower cost goods to their customers.

 Tobacco

Tobacco products are among the most regulated products that convenience stores sell.

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The NACS grassroots website​ is your first stop in taking action for your business and your industry. From the site, you can learn more about your members of Congress and access ready-to-send, issue-specific letters to send to them on key industry issues.

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Compliance Resource Center

NACS is active in reviewing proposed and new regulatory requirements. Here are some of the activities we are engaged in:

  • Menu Labeling
  • Fuels Retailing
  • Health Care
  • Labor
  • PCI Compliance
  • SNAP
  • Tobacco Products
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