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Minnesota Advocates for the R.T. Profession
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Minnesota Advocates for the R.T. Profession

The Minnesota Society of Radiologic Technologists is a strong advocate for the radiologic technologist profession on the state and federal levels. The Society has worked with state legislators to prevent encroachment on the profession and is preparing to pursue licensure for radiologic technologists in Minnesota. The society has created a Licensure White Paper that supports the position that occupational licensure is a way for a governmental agency to grant time-limited permission to an individual to practice a given occupation after verifying they have met standardized criteria. The MSRT believes licensure will ensure quality medical radiation care for patients. 

R.T.s in Minnesota are invited to get involved in advocating for the safe use of medical radiation and the interests of radiologic technologists by joining the MSRT legislative committee. Click on the graphic below to get more information.

Click here to learn more about the MSRT!

 

Learn more about the MSRT's legislative activity, position statements, resources and education for technologists on advocacy topics

View all Minnesota legislative and regulatory activity that ASRT follows.

The link will take you to the ASRT Tracking Map, click on Minnesota to see the most current information.

 

Minnesota Action Items

          (No action items at this time.)

          2023 State Legislature
          Convenes 1/3/23
          Adjourns 5/17/23

Minnesota Resources

You can familiarize yourself with Minnesota laws and legislative process, guidelines for the rule-making process and helpful resources provided by clicking on the links under each heading.

Legislature
Minnesota State Legislature

Helpful Resources
FAQ about Minnesota Legislature

State Government — How a Bill Becomes a Law
How a Bill Becomes Law in Minnesota

Regulations/Rules
Rulemaking in Minnesota: A Guide

To discuss specific issues and needs your affiliate society may have, or if the links on this page are broken, email the ASRT Government Relations Department at governmentrelations@asrt.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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