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Topic - Douglas Shinkle
The District of Columbia adopted emergency rules last year, and state regulators in Nebraska and Rhode Island are discussing what they should do about the companies, Shinkle said.
Bills in Georgia and Maryland also failed this year, while legislation in Illinois and Oklahoma is pending, said Douglas Shinkle, who has been tracking the issue for the National Conference of State Legislatures.