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House Bill 91, sponsored by Rep. John Bell, R-Wayne, and Senate Bill 103, sponsored by Sen. Jim Perry, R-Lenoir, would provide a path for behavior analysts to obtain licensure and practice on their own. It would also create a board tasked with licensing, disciplining and setting rules for the providers. The legislators are joined by a number of their Senate and House colleagues who are also sponsoring the bill, including Rep. Zack Hawkins, D-Durham, whose two children are on the autism spectrum. Hawkins said his children are able to receive care from behavior analysts, but many families in rural areas are not. “In North Carolina, we say where the weak grow strong, and the strong grow great,” Hawkins said. “And this bill is a bill that helps us exemplify that.” ⛽

This story was originally published June 24, 2021 5:45 PM.

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