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  1. There was a resolution in the 2017 HOD. to explore the possibility of establishing a National PA licensing exam (NPALE). The proposal was that the NPALE would replace the PANCE thereby resolving all the problems that go along with certification. The resolution was defeated.
  2. Bad news for LA PAs is the bill didn't pass. Good news is it was only by one vote. Best advice I can give you is to target the Reps who opposed the bill with your next advocacy campaign. Will you get all of them to see reconsider...obviously not. But you only need one. I strongly recommend against contacting leadership about your conflict of interest concern. First of all you will be picking a fight you an't possibly win. Second all it will do is piss off the Rep and you will lose any hope of convincing him to see things your way in the future.
  3. This posting on the HUDDLE was not removed. It is still there
  4. I agree. That is a valid argument. I get the impression however that AAPA leadership is is concerned that if the delegates listen to their constituents a title change will not pass. Personally I think leadeship didn’t provide much leadership on this issue. I understand that the BOD wanted o be hands off but Some guidance could have been given. Speaker Reynolds’ finally stepped up but that should have happened a longtime ago
  5. I agree that that is a valid argument. According to AAPA leadership because the delegates are “ fiduciaries” they must vote in favor of what is in the best interest of the AAPA not what the majority of their constituents want.
  6. According to AAPA leadership because the delegates are “ fiduciaries” they must vote in favor of what is in the best interest of the AAPA not what the majority of their constituents want.
  7. Which specific resolution(s) are you referring to?
  8. Sounds like you’re training the dog ourself. If that is the case I’m pretty sure the dog will not qualify as a service dog. The dogs have to be specifically trained by a formal program program to perform specific tasks.
  9. Not it hasn’t effected your ability to practice. Seems to me that this question may be a violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act
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