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Minnesota Repeal of Radon Licensing Program Vetoed by Governor

The portion of an Omnibus bill that included the Repeal Bill of the Radon Licensing Program has been vetoed by Governor Dayton of Minnesota. In making the veto, he mentioned the importance of having testers and mitigators properly trained in order to protect consumers and the public health. Rulemaking for Radon Licensing in Minnesota will proceed, with an implementation date of January 1, 2019. Rulemaking is to be completed during 2017. Rules will require licensing of those who measure and/or mitigate for radon.

For more information about the proposed rules or legislative changes, contact:
Joshua Kerber