This Week in Occupational Licensing, April 8th

This Week in Occupational Licensing, April 8th

News and Commentary

An Arkansas Senate press release details legislation giving nurse practitioners full scope of practice.

Paul Hsieh calls for licensing reform enabling telemedicine in Forbes.

An Economist report predicts that the labor market will resume its improvement after the pandemic, but it will require policy action including eliminating licensing barriers.

Sean Golonka finds that professional groups have resisted an attempt to establish greater executive oversight over Nevada licensing boards in the Nevada Independent.

Bradley Foster recommends universal licensing recognition for West Virginia.

Virginia Postrel predicts that Covid-induced innovation and state licensing reform could enable the flourishing of telemedicine for Bloomberg.


New Research

Edward Timmons and Conor Norris publish model legislation on universal recognition and licensing review for Arkansas.

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