This Week in Occupational Licensing, April 1st

This Week in Occupational Licensing, April 1st

News and Commentary

Karen Jowers reports for Military Times that the DOD has approved grant funding for license portability interstate compacts in five professions.

Scott Maucione details challenges facing the DOD’s state compact efforts for Federal News Network.

Iris Hentze reviews the progress of universal licensing laws in the states for the National Conference of State Legislatures.

A Florida Senate bill would authorize telemedicine for veterinarians.

Kansas is set to improve reciprocal licensing recognition for military spouses writes Titus Wu for The Topeka Capital-Journal.

A Florida House Subcommittee approved a bill expanding optometrist scope-of-practice.

In a profile of Arizona governor Doug Ducey, Alan Greenblatt finds that he was ahead of the curve in approving nearly universal licensing recognition in 2019.

Associated Press notes a Mississippi law allowing one year recognition of out-of-state nursing and architecture licenses.

Andy Kessler opines that licensing is a primary driver of income inequality in the Wall Street Journal.

Elise Amez-Droz and Lyndi Schrecengost explore certificate of need laws in Mississippi, preventing non-government-approved expansion of healthcare services.

A Cato Daily Podcast focuses on potential for telehealth availability post-pandemic.

Dennis Crouch observes the requirements to become a patent attorney in Patentlyo.

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