Arizona HB2613 Proposes to Deregulate Geologists, Landscape Architects, and Other Professions

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Arizona HB2613 Proposes to Deregulate Geologists, Landscape Architects, and Other Professions

Arizona State FlagArizona House Bill 2613 proposes to deregulate several professional categories. While it doesn’t include surveyors, it does hit pretty close to home. Passage of HB2613 would deregulate assayers, geologists, landscape architects, cremationists, athletic trainers and citrus packers. The concern, as observed among online sources including SurveyorConnect and the Facebook page for United Surveyors of Arizona, is that this could be the beginning of a trend.

For your convenience, HB2613 has beenembedded below or you can click here to open in your browser. You can also click the download icon in the toolbar below to download and review at your convenience.

Update:United Surveyors of Arizona has prepared a response letter, which I have attached to the bottom of this article (under the HB2613 document).

As professionals, should we be concerned about HB2613?

Please let us know what you think in the comments below.

Arizona HB2613

United Surveyors of Arizona Response to HB2613

Wendell

Wendell

Wendell was a Land Surveyor for 26 years, then moved on to building websites for his second career. But he never lost sight of the surveying community and the other disciplines related to surveying. He's purposely stayed involved in the surveying industry because he has always been — and will continue to be — a Land Surveyor at heart.

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