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  1. Interior Design A Brief History and Update Billie Kaumaya

  2. The Regulation of Interior Design • Title v. Practice • Stamp and Seal • Grandfathering Provisions

  3. Acronyms • ASID • NCIDQ • CIDA • IIDA

  4. Interior Design History The Accord

  5. 2008 Legislation • Nebraska • New Hampshire • New Jersey • New York • Ohio • Pennsylvania • South Carolina • Tennessee • Washington • Arizona • California • Connecticut • Georgia • Hawaii • Indiana • Maryland • Massachusetts • Michigan • Minnesota • Mississippi

  6. Recent Successes • Colorado Veto • Indiana Veto • New York Veto • Alabama Supreme Court Decision • New Mexico Court Case/Law • Arizona Law

  7. Coalitions • NKBA • Live Free and Design • Interior Design Protection Council • Interior Design Freedom Coalition • NFIB • AGC • Fire Chiefs • Building Inspectors/Officials • Retailers Association • Community Colleges • Builders

  8. Opposition IIDA Coalition http://www.iida.org/i4a/pages/Index.cfm?pageID=598 Legislation Video http://www.iida.org/i4a/pages/Index.cfm?pageID=733 Resources http://www.iida.org/i4a/pages/Index.cfm?pageID=585 Legislative Grant https://www.iida.org/i4a/forms/form.cfm?id=80 ASID Issues http://www.asid.org/legislation/issues/ Talking Points http://www.asid.org/legislation/resources/talkingpts/default.htm Coalitions http://www.asid.org/legislation/StateCoalitions.htm

  9. The Parker Plan Introduce practice legislation in 47 states simultaneously

  10. NCARB Interior Architecture • Modified ARE • Modified IDP • Definition of Interior Architecture

  11. AIA’s Position 8.ArchitecturalPractice and Title Regulations In the public interest, the AIA holds that only architects and engineers licensed through examination possess the necessary education, training and experience to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public in the built environment. Other individuals may possess useful skills in designing within the built environment, but fragmentation of responsibility for the building design process endangers and misleads the public as to respective areas of competence and expertise. The AIA opposes practice or title regulation of individuals or groups other than architects and engineers.