Minnesota bill would require more social work licenses
The Minnesota House passed legislation from two Republican lawmakers that would require more licensing for social workers in the state, according to this article in the Twin Cities Daily Planet.
The changes would be phased in over the next four years, the article said. However, city, county and state agencies would still not be required to employ licensed social workers, the article said.
The bill is now on the way to the desk of Gov. Mark Dayton.
Q: Minnesota social workers, what do you think about this legislation?
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