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Updates on Wisconsin New Massage Therapy and Bodywork Law
(Published September 17, 2010)
By Betsy Krizenesky, WRMT, AMTA-WI Government Relations Chair
News Brief: AMTA Executive Director Resigns
(Published August 30, 2010)
Alliance Sends Veto Request to NY Governor
(Published August 27, 2010)
Major Massage Associations Call for CA Legislators to Kill Bill
(Published August 13, 2010)
By Christie Bondurant
The Fight for California
(Published July 27, 2010)
By Ramon G. McLeod, Editor-in-Chief
AMTA Responds to Statement by Owner of IMA
(Published July 23, 2010)
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals Responds To Statements Made By IMA Owner Will Green On Closure Of IMA Group
(Published July 22, 2010)
IMA Owner Says He "Sabotaged" the Business
(Published July 22, 2010)
By Ramon G. McLeod, Editor-in-Chief and Christie Bondurant
What Became of IMA?
(Published July 19, 2010)
By Ramon G. McLeod, Editor-in-Chief
2010 FSMTA Convention: "Realize Your Potential"
(Published July 16, 2010)
By Editorial Staff
ABMP Responds to Media Stories Aired With Disrespectful Comments About Massage Therapy
(Published July 12, 2010)
ABMP Again Named "Association of the Year"
(Published July 6, 2010)
Update: AB 1822 Language Continues to Evolve
(Published June 24, 2010)
By Christie Bondurant
NCBTMB Call for Candidates: Board of Directors
(Published June 17, 2010)
CA Law Defanged
(Published June 17, 2010)
By Christie Bondurant
Alliance Inaugural Conference is "Priceless Experience"
(Published June 16, 2010)
Alliance Elects Board of Directors
(Published June 9, 2010)
World Massage Conference: Join Live Discussions of Experts in the Industry
(Published June 8, 2010)
Controversial CA Law That Targeted Massage Therapists Has Been Gutted
(Published May 28, 2010)
By Christie Bondurant
AB 1822 Update: CAMTC Certification Expected to Remain Intact
(Published May 24, 2010)
By Christie Bondurant

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