The bickering is not productive. Not that it’s not fun… it’s just not productive and will have absolutely no effect on this proposed legislation. It’s easy to be a Monday Morning Quarterback.
Nick posted this to show that our NH Chapter supports self-written legislation, and apparently has a sponsor, or sponsors, of it.
It is a final draft, and I’m sure will be dissected and tweaked. In retrospect, I kind of wish our own law in NY had a requirement for licensees to be residents of the state, unless the state where he/she is a resident has a reciprocal agreement for licensure between it and NY. Fair is fair.
My understanding is the concern of an influx of Mass. inspectors, with NH inspectors left out of Mass, and some just left out of business entirely.
As to NACHI’s exam hurthig anyone or being fluff, I’ll remind all that it IS recognized for licensure in some states. Here in NY, it was also recognized, along with a few others, prior to NY imlementng its own licensing exam. Now ALL other exams are no longer recognized, whether proctored or not.
NH NACHI members appear to have a handle on this. Let’s try and SUPPORT them when they ask for it.
Bickering on this thread by those who have no dog in this hunt makes absolutely no sense.
Questions/comments should probably be directed to the NH Chapter President and VP.