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AAMAAmerican Architectural Manufacturers Association
AAMAAircraft & Missile Artillery
AAMAAmerican Academy of Medical Acupuncture (since 1987; Los Angeles, CA, USA)
AAMAAssociation for the Advancement of Mexican Americans
AAMAAmerican Automobile Manufacturers Association
AAMAAmerican Academy of Medical Administrators
AAMAAustrian American Mozart Academy
AAMAAsia America MultiTechnology Association (est. 1979)
AAMAAmerican Amusement Machine Association
AAMAAmerican Apparel Manufacturers Association (now part of American Apparel and Footwear Association)
AAMAAfrican-American Ministers Association
AAMAArchitectural Aluminum Manufacturers Association
AAMAAlabama Automotive Manufacturers Association
AAMAAustralian Army Motorcycle Association
AAMAAmerican Alternative Medical Association
AAMAAsian American Manufacturing Association
AAMAAlberta Association for Media Awareness (Canada)
AAMAAfrican-American Mennonite Association
AAMAArea Airspace Management Authority
AAMAArmy Aeromedical Activity
AAMAAlabama Association of Municipal Attorneys
AAMAAmerican Association for Medical Assistants
AAMAAustin Area Multimedia Alliance (Texas)
AAMAAmerican Agricultural Marketing Association
AAMAAircraft And Missile Artillery
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Gates of the American Automobile Manufacturers Association says that if people like the Grays are being misled, it's not the automakers' doing.
status in response to a lobbying campaign spearheaded not by clandestine foreign donors by Hughes Aircraft, the American Automobile Manufacturers Association, Caterpillar, Dresser Industries, Continental Industries, Mobil and others.
In 1993, the American Automobile Manufacturers Association moved to Washington; so did the National Association of Independent Schools, saying it "wanted to be closer to the source"; so did the Business Roundtable.
Supreme Court for such groups as the American Automobile Manufacturers Association, the Chamber of Commerce of the U.S., the National Association of Manufacturers and others.
According to the American Automobile Manufacturers Association (which has now been merged into the international Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers), today's automobiles are 90 to 96 percent less polluting than their counterparts 35 years ago, and "a 1996 model car can be driven about 60 miles and still give off less smog-forming emissions than a 1965 model parked in the driveway all day with its engine off." Nevertheless, automobile tailpipes still produce a quarter of the carbon dioxide generated annually in the U.S.
In its August edition of the Global Automotive Trade Report, the American Automobile Manufacturers Association says Japan has been ''vigorous'' in redirecting its excess auto production to export markets.
The American Automobile Manufacturers Association (which has now merged into the international Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers) claims that today's automobiles are 90 to 96 percent less polluting than their counterparts 35 years ago, and that "a 1996 model car can be driven about 60 miles and still give off less smog-forming emissions than a 1965 model parked in the driveway all day with its engine off."
WSPA, which consistently ranks among the top five lobbyist employers in California, declines to say how much it poured into the campaign against the electric car mandates, but the American Automobile Manufacturers Association (AAMA) is more forthcoming.
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