We asked the Legislature to repeal our having ‚Äčto get signatures on our license applications, and they agreed.  Click here to find out how to use the new law.

The new law also creates an East Asian Advisory Committee within the Department of Health.  If you would like to learn more about this new committee, especially if you are interested in serving on it, please click here.

Leslie Emerick, WEAMA's legislative consultant, has prepared a legislative report, which you can view by clicking here.  She describes the legislative political environment and bills of interest to EAMPs.  Two were enacted, changing our profession for the better.

Joining WEAMA is easy, affordable and provides you a substantial discount on our membership events.  Licensed professionals can join for 15.59 per month with our convenient monthly membership.  

We also offer discounted memberships for students, and first year practitioners and welcome sponsorship opportunities.  Please check out WEAMA's Membership Benefits consider joining us today!

WEAMA supports the National Center for Acupuncture Safety and integrity and are working collaboratively to halt the unsafe practice of "dry needling". See News for updates on our advocacy activities.

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