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Division hears proposed technical fixes to assisted living licensure law

Before it even takes effect, changes could be coming to Minnesota’s 2019 law that licenses assisted living facilities.

The House Long-Term Care Division on Wednesday held an informational hearing on proposed legislation that would make technical changes to the state’s new law that will license assisted living facilities and providers beginning Aug. 1, 2021.

No action was taken.

The bill, which has not been formally introduced, is “technical language that we need to help smooth the transition to assisted living licensure,” said Rep. Jennifer Schultz (DFL-Duluth), who chairs the division and sponsors the legislation.

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