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New system to speed up death registration

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Funeral directors won’t have to lug around typewriters to record death information once the state’s electronic death registry becomes law. The state Legislature quietly approved the creation of the registry in the waning days of the legislative session, which ended last week. The digital filing system will be funded by a $20 burial and removal permit that funeral directors are more than willing to pay for the new convenience. Current law requires funeral directors to ...

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