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Death Services: State Regulation of the Death Care Industry Varies and Officials Have Mixed Views on Need for Further Federal Involvement
William O. Jenkins, Jr. (au)
Media reports have identified instances of desecration of graves and human remains at cemeteries, and in one instance, reported that bodies were removed from graves and the sites resold. Allegations have also surfaced about the mis-management of pre-need plans that are designed to provide consumers the opportunity to fund funeral and cemetery arrangements before they are needed. Proposed legislation would increase the federal governments role in regulating the industry. This report reviewed the regäó»n. of the death care industry. It discusses: (1) how federal and state governments regulate the industry and how regäó»n. has changed since 2003; and (2) state regulatorsäó» views on the need for additional regäó»n. Charts and tables. A print on demand report.
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