This Week in Occupational Licensing, January 28th

This Week in Occupational Licensing, January 28th

News and Commentary

Ashley Imlay documents Utah’s efforts to overcome incumbent opposition and expand physician assistant’s scope of practice for Deseret News.

In The Center Square, J.D. Davidson announces Ohio governor Mike DeWine’s signing of a licensing reform bill that includes increased Certified Public Accountant exam flexibility.

The Illinois Department of Professional and Financial Regulation released its report on expedited licensure review for military service members and spouses.

In a Cato blog, Jeffrey Singer notes Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s inclusion of telemedicine access in his 2021 Policy Priorities.

KSLTV’s Josh Ellis details Utah governor Spencer Cox’s executive order reviewing all occupational licenses.

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has signed legislation expanding nurse practitioner’s scope of practice, reports Sara Heath for Patient Engagement Hit.

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