HACKETTSTOWN, NJ — The National Kitchen and Bath Association has allocated $750,000 in funds to oppose interior design title and practice act legislation during fiscal year 2008. This figure is in addition to previously budgeted funds approved in Oct. 2008.
According to Edward S. Nagorsky, general counsel and director of Legislative Affairs of NKBA, “The members of our association are deeply concerned about the attempts by a handful of interior designers throughout the country who are seeking to restrict the ability of persons in the built environment to perform interior design services and limit the right of the public to choose the designer who best suits their needs and budget.” Read more.
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