HB 1189: Deregulation of Professions and Occupations
GENERAL BILL by Raburn
Deregulation of Professions and Occupations; Exempts certain auctioneers who conduct motor vehicle auction contests from licensure; deletes licensure requirements for auctioneer apprentices; deletes provisions requiring registration of persons whose occupation or practice is confined solely to hair braiding, hair wrapping, or body wrapping; provides that Florida Cosmetology Act does not apply to such persons; conforms provisions repeals provisions relating to Sale of Business Opportunities Act & regulation of certain business opportunities.
Last Action: 5/3/2013 House - Died in Business and Professional Regulation Subcommittee, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/HB 7023 (Ch. 2013-251)
Location: In committee/council (BPRS)
Bill Text: PDF
• Introduced -HJ 115
• Referred to Business and Professional Regulation Subcommittee; Government Operations Appropriations Subcommittee; Regulatory Affairs Committee -HJ 200
• Died in Business and Professional Regulation Subcommittee, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/HB 7023 (Ch. 2013-251)
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