Licensing For HI's Has Died

(Scot Baker, CMI) #1

This one did not go through. That is it for the three I knew of.

(Ian W. Mayer, CMI) #2

Well, that’s that.

For now.

(Dan Bowers, CMI, ACI) #3

Fantastic.

We’ve fought it off since 2002 in Missouri (16 yrs), AND some states have never even had it thrown at them. For example … I don’t remember Iowa, Idaho or Nebraska ever having it come up.

(Ian W. Mayer, CMI) #4

The main reason it died was the bill was introduced by Assemblyman Matt Dababneh.

Matt Dababneh recently resigned due to sexual misconduct allegations.
Assemblyman Matt Dababneh resigns after assault accusation

(Philip J. Hudak, CPI) #5

Dababneh been dabblin’…

(Tim Spargo, CMI) #6

I had gotten an email from CREIA recently talking about a future bill for HI, there was a link tohttps://creia.memberclicks.net/legislation seems like the email talked about CREIA is giving input on a future bill? And yes, it looks like the current attempt is dead for now.

(Frank Rotte, , CPI, San Diego Home Inspector) #7

I like how CREIA addressed the new pool legislation in their SOP. CREIA Standards of Practice

(Frank Rotte, , CPI, San Diego Home Inspector) #8

Tim, I notice that CREIA does not accept NACHI for CE credits. I also notice that it does accept RWS owned Inspector University for CE credits. How do you get your CE for both CREIA and NACHI?

(Scot Baker, CMI) #9

Just slipped it in there.

(Ian W. Mayer, CMI) #10

I got the same email. Asking for donations to hire a lobbyist.

But I noticed it didn’t specifically state what position the lobbyist would take on licensing.