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Monrovia Representative's Bill Would Require License for 'Behavior Analysis'

Assemblyman Chris Holden, who represents Monrovia, has introduced AB 1715, which "would require a person to apply for and obtain a license from the board [Board of Psychology] prior to engaging in the practice of behavior analysis" and "would require the Governor to appoint 2 additional members to the board" ( ). A Holden press release says the bill "protects children with autism," among others.

- Brad Haugaard

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