Legislative Advocacy

In 1948, the Music Operators of America (MOA) was founded by a small group of coin machine business owners to fight the repeal of the jukebox music royalty exemption.

Today, 69 years later, the organization - now the Amusement & Music Operators Association (AMOA) - is still fighting to preserve the interests of its members and the industry.

Through its Legislative Counsel, Dentons, AMOA maintains a presence in the nation’s capital, and whether it be issues such as proposed currency changes, ATM legislation and regulatory measures affecting vending/redemption equipment, video game content, music licensing, or small business rules, etc., the association is keeping close watch on federal matters affecting your business.

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AMOA is your voice, your advocate, your watchdog in Washington!