This Week in Occupational Licensing, May 19th

This Week in Occupational Licensing, May 19th

News and Commentary

Ilya Shapiro covers a Mississippi law that removes eyebrow threading licensure in a Cato blog.

Lusine Poghosyan recommends that New York state expand nurse practitioner scope of practice in a presentation for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing.

The Florida House approved a bill to expand physician assistant scope of practice, reports KNH.

Mississippi passed legislation expanding optometrist’s scope of practice, finds Erich Martin in Healio news.

Anita Dennis notes in the Journal of Accountancy that professional organizations achieved a legislative victory as licensing reciprocity for CPAs failed in West Virginia.

Olivia Parsons writes for WSPA that the South Carolina House passed a bill that would allow DACA students and survivors of sex trafficking to acquire occupational licenses.

A Department of State survey revealed the high costs of licensure for military veterans and spouses in Pennsylvania, according to Pennsylvania state media.

Edward Timmons and Conor Norris opine in the Montgomery Advisor that Alabama should follow Mississippi’s recent action on licensing through sunset review or universal recognition legislation.

John Haughey details for The Center Square how the Florida legislature is attempting to preempt local adoption of licensure in areas deregulated by the state.

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