This Week in Occupational Licensing, January 30th

This Week in Occupational Licensing, January 30th

Rent Check

Lots of good news from the Sunshine State! A proposed bill would give psychiatrists the power to prescribe certain medications related to the treatment of mental illness.

Governor Ron DeSantis to hold a “deregathon” with members of the state’s 23 licensing boards tomorrow.

 

News and Commentary

Ed Timmons of the Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Regulation, on the heels of a new report issued by the Dairy State, argues that Wisconsin must move beyond the “baby steps” proposed in the report issued last month.

Michael Cannon of the Cato Institute argues for liberalizing telemedicine to help patients with low incomes or those who live in remote areas.

R Street’s Shoshanna Weissman and Marc Hyden on a new bill in Oklahoma to require Qigong (an ancient Chinese form of meditation) teachers to become licensed.

What are the implications of the Janus v. AFSCME for lawyers? Mark Pulliam argues that compulsory membership in bar associations may run into the same constitutional issues public sector unions did.

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