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  • 25 Feb 2010 4:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    The second draft has been released and is available for public comment through March 8, 2010.  I encourage you to read and review this document thoroughly, as it is a well-designed and well-constructed enterprise and will become better through feedback of the massage therapy community.  It says they received 600 responses last time--this is a very small percentage of the massage community.  Please get involved as this could be a very important document for legislation, regulation, education, and the profession as it relates to other health professions, insurance companies, and the public.  http://www.mtbok.org
  • 07 Feb 2010 7:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    This has been under construction for nearly a year now, and we are finally up and...well...crawling.  Updates will be made periodically and your feedback is welcome.  (Feedback can be sent to info@bennouri.net until the feedback page is up and running.)
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