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Contractors seek more time to comply (New Law)

Published (2/18/2011)
By Lee Ann Schutz
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Gov. Mark Dayton signed his first new law Feb. 17.

The law, most of which is effective Aug. 1, 2011, will give residential remodelers, building contractors and other construction specialists more time to post their lead certification qualifications on a website, as required by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Sponsored by Rep. Karen Clark (DFL-Mpls) and Sen. Ted Lillie (R-Lake Elmo), the law amends the effective date of last years law that brought the state building code into compliance with the EPA requirements regarding lead removal certification reporting.

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