New Hampshire Legislature Rejects Deregulation Bill
Last week a bill that would have deregulated landscape architecture in New Hampshire was defeated in the Statehouse. HB 446 would have made licensure voluntary for a number of professions, including landscape architecture, and was defeated by a vote of 214–116. Granite State activists have been vigorously opposing HB 446 and educating legislators on the public health, safety, and welfare benefits provided by licensed landscape architects.
If you are concerned about attempts to deregulate landscape architecture in your state, visit www.asla.org/licensure for tools on how to communicate the benefits of a licensed profession, or contact ASLA Government Affairs Director Julia Lent at email@example.com for more information.