2005 Minnesota Statutes - 153A.18 — Consumer Information Center.

153A.18 Consumer Information Center.
The commissioner shall establish a Consumer Information Center to assist actual and potential purchasers of hearing aids by providing them with information regarding hearing instrument sales. The Consumer Information Center shall disseminate information about consumers' legal rights related to hearing instrument sales, provide information relating to complaints about dispensers of hearing instruments, and provide information about outreach and advocacy services for consumers of hearing instruments. In establishing the center and developing the information, the commissioner shall consult with representatives of hearing instrument dispensers, audiologists, physicians, and consumers.
HIST: 1988 c 689 art 2 s 60; 1995 c 164 s 29

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