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New North Carolina law to bolster interior design profession with voluntary state registry  (access required)

By  Andrea Lillo  Qualified interior designers in North Carolina will now be able to stamp and seal their construction documents due to a new law that was passed last week by Governor Roy Cooper.  Under Senate Bill 188, interior designers that register and are NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualification) certified will no longer need to have ...

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