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Workforce Committee testimony: HB 6086, 6088

As Chair of the House Committee on Workforce, Trades, and Talent, I am committed to solving the problems our labor force faces today. This is why I and other members heard testimony from Reps. Yaroch and Markkanen, as well as various emergency medical services (EMS) personnel, about House Bills 6086 and 6088 on Thursday, may 19. These bills would allow individuals applying to paramedic positions to take either a state exam or the exam issued by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians to become certified. The legislation hopes to incentivize more individuals to apply for jobs in the EMS industry in this way and provide the personnel the sector needs.

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