MASSAGE LAW NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 10
Vol. 10. No.4
Minnesota does not need to regulate massage so, why has regulation been promoted by the Minnesota Chapter of AMTA and the Colition for State Regulation of Massage Therapy and Oriental Bodywork?
Appendix: My communication with Jackson Petersburg and Gayle E. Burdick.
Thank you for your reply, Dr. Pitts.
Vol. 10. No.3
Oriental bodyworker arrested at gunpoint, handcuffed, and jailed in New York City.
Bodyworkers, who are not licensed massage therapists, are now subject to arrest in New York State because of a 1966 anti-prostitution law.
What's happening, and why?
Have those who promoted state regulation of massage therapists protested the arrest of the oriental bodyworker on May 26?
If not, why not?
Arresting prostitutes in as unjustifiable drain on police time and money.
A letter to Howard Safir, New York City Commissioner of Police.
A letter to Johanna Duncan-Poitier, New York State Deputy Commissioner of Education, for the Office of the Professions.
Vol. 10. No.2
A request for information about the controversy over the scope of practice of registered massage therapists in British Columbia.
Vol. 10. No.1
A Confrontation between Human rights and monopoly control in British Columbia.
The Controversy about regulation involves the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the United Nations' International Bill of Human Rights.
Part 1: CMTBS's "silly" proposal created controversy
Part 2: Follow the money trail to find out what drives the regulation machine.
Part 3: OBITUARY. The death of CMTBC's "silly" 1995 proposal.
Part 4: The prognosis of CMTBS's 1998 proposal is not good.
Part 5: From potential harm to harm that has actually occurred.
Part 6: Does CMTBS's 1998 proposal violate theCanadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
Part 7: Does CMTBS's 1998 proposal violate theUnited Nations' International Bill of Human Rights?
Appendix A: How Lincoln Lau organized opposition to CMTBS's proposals