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Montana Title 37. Professions and Occupations § 37-17-406. Rulemaking

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(1) The board may adopt rules to implement this part plus the requirements in Title 37, chapters 1 through 3, as they apply to disciplinary action, unprofessional conduct, continuing education, implementation and costs of criminal background checks, or recognizing commensurate military experience as a qualification in licensure.

(2) The board shall adopt license fees for behavior analysts and assistant behavior analysts that adequately fund the costs of implementing this part.

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