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The Board exists to protect the public's interest through regulation of chiropractors in the state of Minnesota.
Regulation is accomplished through licensure examination and renewal, as well as by investigation of complaints.
This department provides services to government agencies, information for vendors who wish to do business with the state, information on data practices, public auctions, State Register, Minnesota Bookstore and more.
The Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) was established in 1976 to provide a fair, prompt and impartial hearing process for citizens who disagree with actions taken by government.
511 is a public service of the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) to help travelers access information about road conditions, traffic incidents, commercial vehicle restrictions, and weather information via the phone or the Web, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Search the report database for the full text of reports, recommendations, and orders from public cases dating back to 1977.
Responsibilities include protecting the health of domestic animals of the state, regulating and inspecting many aspects of the livestock and poultry industries.
Licensing of cat and dog kennels and dealers and research establishments.
Over 16,000 physicians are licensed by the Board of Medical Practice and the Board also regulates acupuncturists, athletic trainers, traditional midwives, telemedicine, physician assistants, respiratory care practitioners and professional firms.
The board is a regulatory agency whose services include licensing, discipline and program approval, education relevant to the needs of the public and to the education and practice of nurses and disseminating information to nurses and the public.