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Well, I know that it is true that both New York and Wisconsin are the only
states that do NOT use a model building code.

I have done work in New York, but not Wisconsin. The New York State building
code looked like something someone had come up in the 1940s (I used in in 1995).

Ed Fasula wrote:
> [We're designing a building in Wisconsin, and apparently this document is acceptable to them, but don't dare mention UBC to them - they developed their own (often ambiguous and incomplete) code from scratch and I understand the officials are very touchy about anyone else's code].

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