Minnesota Statutes Health (Ch. 144-159)

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  • Chapter 144. Department of Health
  • Chapter 144A. Nursing Homes and Home Care
  • Chapter 144D. Housing with Services Establishment
  • Chapter 144E. Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board
  • Chapter 144F. Emergency Medical Services Special Taxing Districts
  • Chapter 144G. Assisted Living Services
  • Chapter 145. Public Health Provisions
  • Chapter 145A. Community Health Boards
  • Chapter 145B. Living Will
  • Chapter 145C. Health Care Directives
  • Chapter 146. Healing Arts, Registration
  • Chapter 146A. Complementary and Alternative Health Care Practices
  • Chapter 146B. Body Art
  • Chapter 147. Board of Medical Practice
  • Chapter 147A. Physician Assistants, Licensing
  • Chapter 147B. Acupuncture Practitioners
  • Chapter 147C. Respiratory Care Practitioners
  • Chapter 147D. Traditional Midwives
  • Chapter 147E. Registered Naturopathic Doctors
  • Chapter 148. Public Health Occupations
  • Chapter 148B. Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional Counseling
  • Chapter 148D. Board of Social Work
  • Chapter 148E. Board of Social Work Practice
  • Chapter 148F. Alcohol and Drug Counselors Licensing
  • Chapter 149A. Mortuary Science;  Disposition of Dead Bodies
  • Chapter 150A. Dentistry
  • Chapter 151. Pharmacy
  • Chapter 152. Drugs;  Controlled Substances
  • Chapter 153. Podiatry
  • Chapter 153A. Hearing Instrument Dispensing
  • Chapter 154. Barbers
  • Chapter 155A. Cosmetology
  • Chapter 156. Veterinarians
  • Chapter 157. Food, Beverage, and Lodging Establishments

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