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Old Wed Feb 21, 2018, 05:34pm
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Originally Posted by BillyMac View Post
I believe that the IAABO Connecticut State Board has become very intolerant of members residing outside the geographic boundary of each local board (usually separated by county lines). I know for sure that my local board no longer accepts "dual members" (residing in one local board while officiating in another local board). If you move your residence, or/or transfer your job, you must officiate in the local area (county) where you are a resident. No exceptions. We have some veterans grandfathered in, but it's a big fat no for new members.

Good news though. Mention my name, BillyMac, at any Connecticut Starbucks and they'll give you a tall freshly brewed coffee for $2.29. Just mention my name, guaranteed to work, anywhere in Connecticut, it's a small state, and everybody knows me.

How is such restraint of trade consistent with officials being independent contractors?

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