Tag: Institute for Justice
WATCH & WEEP
ID Deregulation in Florida One Step Closer to Reality
http://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sections/Committees/billvote.aspx?VoteId=21962&IsPCB=0&BillId=46688 I am not sure what the next step is but it does not look good.
The Daily Half Baked Dish
I just don’t get why we (the ones who bust our asses to earn such qualifications) just sit by and allow this skewed logic to paint our efforts as meaningless. We continue to get sand kicked in our faces by the 80 pound weaklings yet we remain flummoxed by the veracity of their campaign of…
IT’S THE NATURAL ORDER
Facts and figures have no effect in deterring the efforts of the anti-regulation movement maybe shame will.
ATTENTION INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENTS!
So this is how I, an interior design educator (not an angry disenfranchised decorator), justify the “indoctrination of interior design students” process and its real value to a civilized and constantly evolving global society.
Our 15 minutes is about up……..
Apparently the Institute for Justice’s challenge of the Florida Interior Design Practice Act will come down to a 15 minute oral argument;Why I have to hear about this from the Institute for Justice is beyond me. That this is not on the forefront of every NCIDQ, ASID, IIDA, CIDA, IDEC homepage and is not being…
For Every ID Regulation Action;
Furthermore this focus on limited permitting rights opens up a larger can of professional liability worms that PROFESSIONALINTERIORDESIGNER believes that the entire professional domain does not fully understand, and if they do, they may not fully support the effort. It seems like an awful lot of effort to eeek out a very small scope of…
Ahhh Interior Design Regulation
I don’t know what Louisiana’s ID regulation renewal cycle is but if it comes up under Gov. Jindal’s watch you can expect the IJ/IDPC will the first ones on his door step demanding rescission of that state’s ID practice regulation. Given the debacle with floral arrangers, and now casket makers, (of which we are evidently…
Me thinks Dudekorator nailed it….he’s my hero ;-)
MASSACHUSETTS GETS CLOSER TO ID ACT
Looks like the pro-legislation lobby in Massachusetts has a friend on the state house floor…and the angry decorators are not too happy;