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Re: $FEES, Capitalism, etc.

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>I don't have any problem at all admitting that I believe structural
>engineers should be paid more for the same work nor that people that are
>now allowed to practice structural engineering should be eliminated from
>doing so. In defense of my "anti-trust" statements, the purpose of my
>proposal is in the benefit of public safety. Currently, we have to compete
>for work with unqualified people which force us to submit proposals for
>fees lower that we should. Throwing out the issue of the hourly rate by
>profession debate, most of us would like to commit more time to a project
>than we do because of this.
Reading back over my post, I see I neglected to mention that I feel the 
same way

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