By SgithAdmin on November 9, 2018 in Uncategorized
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On Monday October 29, 2018  MARP appeared in Ramsey County Court to present a motion for a temporary injunction against the enforcement of the Minnesota Radon Licensing Act.  MARP argues that the act is unconstitutional, because it creates two classes of people treated differently under the law.  Our association attorney’s site several cases including the recent sprinkler case as similar examples of laws that were ruled unconstitutional.   On Monday, MARP argued that the law should not be enforced until the case can go to trial and the judge can make a ruling.  The judge should rule on this temporary injunction before the end of the week.  If you have question about the lawsuit you can always contact the association for more details.

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