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Letter from the Indiana Assistant Attorney General to FACT

May 10, 2001

Mr. Lorin Letendre
Mr. Thomas W. Clawson
Ms. Wendi Schweiger
National Fair Access Coalition on Testing
3 Terrace Way, Suite D
Greensboro, NC  27403-3660

Dr. Mr. Letendre, Mr. Clawson, and Ms. Schweiger:

I am writing in regard to the letter that you sent to the Attorney General's office concerning a rule proposed by the Indiana Psychology Board that would have restricted the use of psychological tests.  Mr. Clawson, I believe I addressed your concerns in another response for the National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. & Affiliates, but I wanted to respond to the letter sent by FACT was well.

The Board held a public meeting on April 20, 2001 and the rule was withdrawn.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Sincerely,

Jennifer S. Thuma
Deputy Attorney General

 
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