Alaska’s licensure bill could be passed in February. This would be the 49th state to become regulated. It appears the initial fee could be as much as $900 per license. In subsequent years, this charge would be $100.
Russ Richardson stated District X has allocated resources to assist with the cost and requested NATA provide funds as well.
<strong>VOTED: TO PROVIDE UP TO $23,500 TO HELP DEFRAY THE FIRST YEAR SUBSTANTIAL EXPENSE OF THE PENDING ALASKA LICENSURE BILL.</strong>