Last week, Housing first Minnesota appealed an October ruling from an administrative law judge that the Minnesota Board of Electricity followed proper procedure when it approved the 2020 National Electrical Code last year.
The Board of Electricity has never adopted an amendment to the National Electrical Code.
The 2020 NEC became Minnesota’s electrical code in mid-November of last year. Since then, electrical costs for new homes have increased several hundred dollars.
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