News and Commentary
Matt Shafer announces that The Council of State Governments has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to support development of new interstate compacts addressing the occupational licensing issues impacting transitioning military spouses and professionals.
North Escambia highlights Karen Pence’s visit to Pensacola, Florida, where she addressed employment barriers to military spouses.
The December 2020 deadline for D.C. child-care center workers to earn at least an associate degree described in Michael Alison Chandler’s March 2017 Washington Post article is approaching, even as the Post reports they’ve lost their students and been excluded from Federal support during COVID-19.
Connecticut Senatorial candidate Ryan Fazio presents an economic plan in the Stamford Advocate prioritizing occupational licensing requirement reductions.