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Licensure Emphasized in New Legislation to Develop Engineering Workforce

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Revised Federal Autonomous Vehicle Guidelines Accelerate Deployment but Pose Major Safety Risk

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NSPE Takes the Fight to Protect Occupational Licensure to Congress

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NSPE Speaks #12: Back to School 2017

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NSPE Year in Review: 2016-17

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2017 Professional Engineers Conference Highlights;

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State Society Leaders Approve New Membership Model, Prepare for New Era;

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NSPE Adopts New Policy on Diversity;

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Focusing on the Future: Scenes from PECON 2017;

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In Memory: Charles “Chuck” Samson, P.E., F.NSPE;

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Outlook: Aiming for True North

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Policy Perspectives: NSPE Fights EPA’s Attempt to Undermine PEs In Critical Rulemaking

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