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The bill amends the Uniform Power of Attorney (POA) Act.

The legislation helps ensure a power of attorney is accessible to more people, which will decrease the number of guardianships and conservatorships appointed statewide.

It also looks for increased acceptance of POA’s from financial institutions, healthcare providers and agents by requiring they maintain detailed records and receipts. It also gives victims the right to recover damages from exploiting agents.

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