Do we really want an individual with a mail-order degree practicing psychology in Michigan? My suggestion is that if we are going to tamper with this Public Act we should look at two things. First, we should not allow limited licensed individuals to call themselves "psychologists" regardless of where they work. Currently, persons employed by the State of Michigan who have a masters degree in psychology or a related field are using the title "psychologist". They tell me that they are not governed by the same set of standards as persons in private practice. They are "limited licensed psychologist" not "psychologists". Next, these "limited licensed psychologists" working for the State of Michigan are not required to receive on-going clinical supervision from a "licensed psychologist". I would think that the people making the laws would have the good sense to impose their will and govern fairly. If we are cutting corners in our state institutions (i.e., Community Health, Corrections, Human Services, and even Management and Budget) are our elected officals really concerned about the quality of services that our mentally ill, incarcerated, and at risk families are getting?