Originally Posted By: gromicko
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One of our detractors tried to make a link between licensing and NACHI’s membership numbers crediting either licensing or the lack of it for NACHI’s success.
Here is a little chart of our 20 top markets (in terms of membership) and the status of licensing in those markets. You will spot no correlation or pattern between the two and so can't credit NACHI's success on licensing or lack of it. Must be something else... ![icon_lol.gif](upload://zEgbBCXRskkCTwEux7Bi20ZySza.gif)
Florida, 704 members, no regs but proposed.
Pennsylvania, 560 members, regulation.
Canada, 354 members, no regs but proposed.
California, 336 members, no regs.
New York, 283 members, licensed.
Ohio, 209 members, no regs.
Georgia, 207 members, no regs.
Texas, 187 members, strict licensing.
Washington, 168 members, no regs.
Michigan, 160 members, no regs but proposed.
Virginia, 150 members, voluntary certification.
Illinois, 148 members, strict licensing.
Tennessee, 141 members, no regs but proposed.
Maryland. 124 members, licensing unfunded.
Colorado, 123 members, no regs.
Indiana, 121 members, licensed.
Arizona, 113 members, stupid licensing.
Missouri, 113 members, no regs.
New Jersey, 74 members, licensed.
Kentucky, 70 members, corrupt licensing.
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